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My Inquiry:
Dear Rundberg West,

I am a valuable tenant in your complex. I always recycle and clean up the pool area after my parties. I recently purchased the “Dance, Dance, Revolution” game for my PS2 and am now under verbal attack by the downstairs neighbors. What they do not seem to understand is that I work 2 jobs and late nights and can only play my game after I get off. Yet they complain and complain about their lack of sleep and their baby crying. If I could quit my day job and play in the afternoon, I would in a heartbeat. But it is not easy in this economy. Furthermore, I have let myself go in the last few years and need the game to exercise. If I don’t, my doctor said that I could be looking at some serious health issues. I have explained this to the neighbors, and they remained insensitive. I have even invited them up to play and they denied my proposition on the grounds that they “were trying to sleep.” I believe that they were lying, because who really goes to bed before midnight these days?!?! I would like this problem resolved as soon as possible. Thanks for your help.

Best Regards,

Rick Cabrera
Their Response:

On Thu, 1 May 2014 17:44:28 CDT, Rundberg West <rundbergwestapartments@yahoo.com> wrote:
I’m sorry Rick but your name does not ring a bell for some reason. Are you sure this is the correct property?!
What unit are you in?

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My Response:

On May 1, 2014, at 6:07 PM, iloverickcabrera@gmail.com wrote:

Nellie,
Rundberg West, correct? Its a nice place. It’s my boyfriend’s roommate’s apartment, so I’m not sure of the unit number or last name for that matter, but it overlooks the pool, and it’s above the rude couple with the baby. Thanks for help in this urgent matter. You have have been very expedient.

Regards

Rick Cabrera

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Their Response:

Good morning Rick,
I will take care of the matter as of today by speaking to the lease holder.

As soon as I do I will contact you back.

Thank you,
Nellie

 

Their next response:

Rick,

I’m going to need a unit number because the leaseholder I discussed this matter with was a bit confused about the whole situation.

Please contact me over the phone at 512-339-6471 or stop by the office. If like to resolve this immediately. Thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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