Being Sneaky

Have you ever tracked an email? I have but it’s never really come in handy until now.

I tracked an email to the previous owner of the house about the check she said she’d send us regarding the propane. It’s a long story, I think I posted about it before though, but the main point is I believe she’s giving us the run-around for $200 :rant:

So when I sent her the email requesting that when she gets reimbursed that she send us a check for the amount we initially gave her I decided to track it. This way I know that she received the email, read it and what day and time.

Is it sneaky? I suppose but people use the excuse “I just didn’t receive the email” far too often and how often does that really happen?

I’m so tempted to call her out on the fact I have proof she got it but I’m not quite ready to make an enemy. At least I have the proof in my pocket if I need it :mwahaha:

  1. DonnaDork

    August 21, 2006 at 11:34 am

    I wouldn’t say that is sneaky at all. It’s your money that you’re dealing with…you have a right to know if the twat is getting your email. Oh yeah..please let me in on it…how do you track an email?

  2. Robin

    August 21, 2006 at 1:01 pm

    DonnaDork – I’ll fight for this money as long as I need to, I’ll go show up at her house like she did at mine if I need to :whosnext:

  3. Krayzee Chickadee

    August 24, 2006 at 8:47 am

    Print it all out and keep a copy. Keep a record of all your conversations with her.
    In fact, if you have her new snail-mail address, type up a letter requesting the money and have it sent by certified mail (signature required).

    In other words, make a paper trail. You’ll need it if you ever decide to take her to small claims court to get your money.

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