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Monday, 20 July 2015

HMRC Loses a Customer

Tax does have to be taxing.

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  1. It's probably just crossed over from when the tax has been paid, it happens and it isn't particularly rude, I have seen a lot worse.

    How have they lost a customer?

    1. Ken Tindell was writing tongue in cheek re losing a customer (as no one has a choice wrt tax)

    2. It still isn't rude, from HMRC's record it shows this company owes tax so they send a letter stating they expect it to be paid, what is wrong with this if it has been paid then it's done and the letter can be thrown away.

      What should they wrote "excuse me sir very sorry to trouble you but err we believe you might owe us some money and we would be very grateful if you could see your way to errr paying this, we know you are very busy company but would you be kind enough to do this for us. Thank you ever so much have a very nice day".

  2. How about starting the letter "If you have recently paid your Corparation Tax, please ignore this letter". It's what I send to my customers when requesting outstanding payments, as sometimes they cross. I have never had one complain. It is quite an ill mannered way of opening a letter, and we all know manners cost nothing.