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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Ghopper3345, Jan 9, 2013.
Yeah I know how you feel, cause I feel the same way about you. (Mom shoot's intruder thread)
If you're basing your opinion of me on my posts in the political forum it makes me wonder who really fits that description, lol.
I quit trying to figure out what people are thinking anymore, and I definitly don't judge people without being able to meet them in person and gaining some sort of repor with them, and even then I don't judge, people are people and I leave it at that, makes life much simpler.
Not to get too off topic here, but my posts in the professional portions of this site clearly reflect my opinions on things, but those in the political formum might be made just for the purposes of presenting an alternate view for the sake of arguement....ya know. Personally I wonder what the political board is even doing on this site sometimes and why some of the language and behavior exhibited there is tollerated.
But this discussion doesn't belong here. If you've got a problem with me JSS, feel free to shoot me a PM where we can discuss it without subjecting others to it....no need to stalk and badger me on the professional portions of the site.
Have YOU personally looked at the invoice once it is in the envelope?
Your customer address and your logo/address are on the same line as each other, your old form, the customer address is in the bottom and your return address would have been in the upper left of the envelope. This new one, if you are using a double window envelope with both windows to the left and on top of each other, only your customer information is showing in both windows, so if a piece of mail is undelivered, it has no way to return to you. Unless the form you are mailing is something different than the one on the right in your original post, I do not understand how you are mailing them out with your address and the customer address on the same horizontal line.. how is your postal carrier and the auto sorting machine able to determine which is the "to" address and which is the "from or return" address? I'm not trying to bust your balls or anything, just trying to gain an understanding of how these are being mailed, when every piece of mail on my desk has the return top left and the "to" under it.
Exactly! There is no way that is going to work with any double window envelope, don't care what you say.
Also I would clean up your logo and information on the right. The logo steps on your phone number. Do you really need the number there twice? Matter of fact I would put the logo and address information on the top left so it WILL work with a double window envelope. Put the customer site location somewhere else as well as your phone number and email address.
They make double window envelopes with the windows in multiple different places. He says they line up...can't you just take his word for it?
No! I know what I see! Unless he has magic envelopes there is no way that is going to work! And even if there was an envelope in that configuration it isn't going to make it through the mail. He comes here saying what a great job somebody did for him. It does look good except for a few mistakes.
OK...not my battle, lol.
You guys crack me up LOL