Even "disrespectful but also utterly moronic" letters to Cash 4 Gold get a reply

Bitterwallet - Cash 4 Gold

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  • Brian G.
    Surely the letter is 'from' cash4gold?..
  • Another A.
    Indeed, it looks like some people have been pranking them and they've had enough.
  • Jonny S.
    I thought that too!
  • Korpse
    It is. And don't call me Shirley.
  • chimbly
    The letters that are “disrespectful but also utterly moronic” arent from Cash4Gold - they were sent to them. The title is describing the letters sent to them.... not the one received back.
  • Paul S.
    I've changed the title so that everyone can sleep easy tonight. Props!
  • Bleary
    I do like a well seasoned geologist.
  • Precious G.
    They're bringing it on themselves by asking people to sell them their gold for less than they would get from a respectable jeweller. The only people they do business with are the "utterly moronic".
  • DragonChris
    Oh my God I loled hard. I desperately want to see the letters that prompted this :D
  • dvdj
    Haha brilliant.
  • Free U.
    I would love to get in on this act, if we all painted stones gold and sent them some it would be EPIC!
  • The B.
    What's with the signature at the end? It looks like they gave or had a stroke after the first letter.
  • piggy
    Real Bob, that's what a proper signature looks like...
  • rappy
    just a note, you need to let your turd dry out properly before the spray paint will stick to it
  • Douche
    That is definitely the gift that keeps on giving, sheer comedy gold. Made my day.
  • Slacker
  • Ten B.
    [...] Even “disrespectful but also utterly moronic” letters to Cash 4 Gold get a reply [...]
  • Snowball
    I received a Special Delivery self-addressed pouch from one of Cash4Gold's rivals/sockpuppet companies. I hadn't actually asked for it, and I don't much enjoy receiving junk mail, so I did the sensible thing, which was to fill it with over-ripened carrots and send it right back to them. I asked the Post Office peoples, and they confirmed that this meant C4G would be charged a touch over £5 for my trolling. I felt good.

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