On Friday, I opened an envelope from AT&T, figuring it was some change in my terms and conditions. However, I was pleasantly surprised that it was a single piece of paper with two $1 bills inside it. They wanted to thank me for taking some survey I took a while ago, and thus the $2. While I appreciate the dough, I can’t help but wonder why they went to the trouble of having letters and addresses printed and spending money on postage – when they could have just credited my account the $2. This is the kind of wasted money that drives me bananas because I imagine it just increases our monthly bills somehow. Thanks for the $2 bucks guys, but next time, just credit my account and save yourselves (and me, in return) some money!
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