Closer to a Resolution

After a long meeting, we are closer to resolving the issue that has placed a heavy burden on our lives.

With the help of local governmental officials, we have uncovered a vast amount of corporate incompetence that has led to a decent amount of injustice.

The sad part is, while we are one step closer to having this put behind us, the local officials indicated that there are many others who have barely even started the fight.

There are laws that probably need to be addressed in order to make sure that citizens are being protected. Though we have found a great deal of help, I still firmly believe that there are major flaws in the system. There are often too many hoops to jump through in order to bring about justice.

Now, we need to address the corporate incompetence that led to this whole issue. While it all began with an error on a form submitted by the local government, they took all the necessary steps to remedy the situation. That’s where things fell back on the big business we are dealing with. It all boils down to someone in a very large company not bother to enter 6 to 12 numbers into a computer system.

Today, we finally got to the bottom of the situation. The large corporation continually tried to push the blame back on the local government. As we worked through all of the issues and questions, it was clear that this corporation failed to hold up to their end of the deal…entering correct numbers into their computers.

Now, we simply have to patiently wait while all of the appropriate paperwork is submitted, approved, and processed. At that point, most of this will be behind us…Unless we decide to get in touch with the Attorney General (along with other citizens facing similar issues with this big business).

I know I have not shared many details. If you’re truly interested in the full story, shoot me an e-mail (you can leave a comment with your e-mail…I won’t publish it, but will send you the story).

2 thoughts on “Closer to a Resolution

  1. Question – is this large corporation benefiting from the “bailout money”? Another reason the bailout should not be to big business, but to the people~

  2. Yes, this company is most likely receiving bailout money.

    The only problem with giving the people the bailout money is that too many of our citizens are incapable of making wise decisions with the money given.

    When Bush sent out the stimulus checks, many people went out and bought new TV’s rather than paying their bills. Now, they have a really nice TV, but no electricity.

    If they gave money to the citizens, they would need to put stipulations on the funds that required them to be spent on paying off car loans, credit card debt, and mortgages. If you happen to be so lucky not to have any of those, the money should be put into some kind of retirement package.

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