Happy Sunday Steven, Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. I worked through mine, but I'm not a big "Turkey lover" to begin with and my wife was in AZ celebrating it with her sister. Anyway, I knew I wanted to take time over the weekend to write you Periodically reflecting back on your situation that we discussed during our phone conversation, I'm curious as to what's happening with you. I have noticed that you haven't updated your bio here. Hey, it's easy to do and, as I mentioned, you certainly have a story to tell. Are you doing OK? Are you keeping optimistic and building a plan? My cell # is (714) 457-8287 or you can email here on DE or at email@example.com.
Now we're friends, huh? OK, got it! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. There's no "b" after brian, at least not in my address. One comment... On your last post when you mentioned the "3 Ms" (wrong salesman, wrong money, wrong car), wouldn't that make more sense if it were the "3 Ws"? And, thanks for the "more contact points" suggestion. I just put it on my TTD list as a priority.
Is a pleasure talking with you, how is everythig with you? I am Martin Iyanam. I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Can you please get back to me via my private email: ( email@example.com ) for the full details.
This week, Jeff continues with another common mistake that service advisors make- not following the processes! Whether they are implemented by your manager or your dealership, they are there for a reason! Don't be lazy, follow the process, and…