Several months after she died, I found a file on mom’s computer named November 11.doc and dated December 4, 2007. It’s a letter she wrote to a magazine subscription department, but — unfortunately — I can’t tell which magazine it was. It’s so strange to read this and wonder what she was thinking and why she was so upset about it.
November 11, 2007
To Whom It May Concern:
Albert Tunks and his family moved out of this address nearly 8 years ago. I have been receiving your magazine ever since then.
I recycle it, but it is annoying to keep getting it especially after I have sent you about a dozen requests to stop sending it.
The following numbers were on the issue I received yesterday:
OUM0024353229/6# 0014629 ED 11-A20 C04
PLEASE STOP SENDING YOUR MAGAZINE TO MY ADDRESS IMMEDIATELY!!!! YOU ARE WASTING YOUR MAGAZINE, YOUR POSTAGE, AND MY TIME!
If there is no one there who can handle this issue, please advise me as to whom I should contact to get this matter cleared up.
6110 NW 30th Terrace
Gainesville, FL 32653
PS. I would appreciate notice that you have received this letter and complied with my request or that you have contacted Albert Tunks who either does not care about actually getting your magazine or is ripping you off for two copies.