Jake (Last Name) (address) (phone) Dear Steward of the stupendous International Claims Processing – Accounting Services Center of The United States Postal Service, and or to whom it may concern, My name is Jake *******, and I am the proud proprietor of the wildly acclaimed and tremendously spectacular EBay Store known quite simply as “Rebel Radar”. We here at Rebel Radar pride ourselves most on our upmost ability to do three (3) things. · One (#1) Offer Top Quality Products (From Radar Detectors, Laser Detectors, and Brake light Kill Switches too, Thermal Cameras, Plane Collision Avoidance Systems and more!!!), · Two (#2) Bottom Dollar Pricing on EVERYTHING, and · Three (#3) Passionate Customer Service. We do these things not to fill our pockets with money or to refill our beers, but to fuel the fire that our Customs so eagerly thrive off nonstop 24/7, 365 days of the year. So when it comes to something that my otherwise jeopardize our ability to do #1 or #2, we take it very seriously. March 14[SUP]th[/SUP] of 2016, was a major day in Rebel Radar History. For the very first time Rebel Radar would set out to conquest an entirely new continent for which to flood with our wonderful product line. But first, in order to do so we would be forced to master “International Shipping”, a very bewildering thing! See unbeknown by us previously, Registered Mail has a very refined complex set of processes to complete. However, fortunately for us (an employee)* of The Helotes, Texas USPS **** was a God Send. Taking baby steps with us, walking us ever so delicately thru the entire process and even going so far as to LITERALLY pack the box with us that day, ultimately leading to the consummation of writing you this letter. Horrifically, just days later the package would arrive damaged. Mangled on one corner of the box laid a now dormant Beltronics STI Driver Stealth Radar Detector, buttons left crippled from the destruction in disrepair. Our great intentions of worldwide market share supremacy, left in shambles by what could only be summed up as an unintended consequence of shipping related debasement. With a customer left unsatisfied, we swiftly ushered in a replacement even upgrading his previous order from the STI Driver to a Magnum at no extra cost to him. We at Rebel Radar however were left to reconcile our losses, and ask for the parties responsible to take well responsibility. In turn we were sent a Letter of Denial, for failure to turn in a PS Form 2856 or CN24, a request overlooked in the haste of servicing our customer first, now unattainable. We ask, Nay, BEG of you to pardon our blunder and for you to spare our #2. After taking every precautionary step possible including using one of your very own to lay witness and Register our mail prior to shipment, we hope that you can conclude a judgment in our favor. As part of your letter requests… We will be including evidence of the damage done, Four (4) grown men’s tear’s, one from each of us at Rebel Radar. Respectfully, Jake ******* (A.K.A. Rebel Radar/Chakeubeam/Jake the Snake/Jake from State Farm), In Memory of BELTRONICS STI DRIVER 24[SUP]th[/SUP] week, 2010 – March 15[SUP]th[/SUP] 2016 May your M3 stay strong and your tune stay true!