You recently ordered a small item online but when it arrived it was unusable. Write a letter to the company that sold you the item: - give details about the order you made - explain what was wrong with the item -tell the company what you want them to do about it

Dear Sir or Madam, Greetings of the day. Hope you are doing well. I am an esteemed customer of your online store. I have been shopping from your store for almost 5 years. I have been enjoying good service and benefits.
However
, lately, I have been surprised with the kind of service and quality of your goods. I had placed an order for a hard
disk
which was delivered to me yesterday. I was flabbergasted when I opened the parcel to see the USB cable missing from it and
also
the hard
disk
had several scratches. How can anyone access the hard
disk
without the cable? I am witnessing
such
a quality concern for a
second
time. I would appreciate it if you can pick up the defective hard
disk
and replace it with a good one on an immediate basis. I would
also
recommend you look up the quality of products to retain your customers in the long run. Your early action is highly appreciated. Yours faithfully ABC
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