Well, let's for instance read this letter, that was published in a Portuguese newspaper. It says this:
"The Client is always right!"
"This letter was sent by a client of a famous mobile operator. This letter is not an hoax, and was sent by a guy with debts to one of the credit companies (as he tells in his letter)."
This is the 8th juridical letter to pay my debts that I receive from you Sirs...
I know that I do not have my payrolls updated. It happens that I am owning also to other shops, and all of them expect me to pay. Meanwhile, my monthly wage only allows me to pay two installments per month. the others are for the following month. I am not being unfair, the kind of guy that prefers to pay to that one or that other shop, forgetting the others. No! In every month, when I receive my wage, I write the names of my creditors in small pieces of paper, that I roll and put in a box. Looking to the side, I select two of them, that are the "Lucky" ones that will get my dear money. The others, too bad luck. Maybe next month.
I tell you Sirs, I assure that your company is on my box every month. If I haven't payed yet, it is because you Sirs are in a bad luck.
Finally, I warn you: if you Sirs keep with that foolishness of sending me threatening letters to pay my debts, like that last one, I will be forced to EXCLUDE the name of your company on the mext monthly lotteries..."
Tadaaa! Finally, a FAQ-like humourous-o-satire-ish blog about Portuguese daily life, written by native Portuguese. Please do not take me seriously, in my posts, as I intend to do the same to myself. Have fun, send hate-mail, and ask questions. And laugh, damn it.