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Dear Twitter

Dear Twitter,

A little over a month ago, I wrote a not-so-kind post about the challenges I’d been having when trying to get my account restored.

I was more than a little peeved and ranted my little heart out.

I can do that, you see, because this is my own little corner of the world.

But I digress.

I’d finally caved and created another account, though I was not happy about it.

I was finally able to follow my children’s tweets, all the while trying to avoid the Olympic ones that I’d subscribed to for fear that I’d find out results before I got to watch them on TV.

Yesterday morning, my phone dinged as it does when I receive new email.

To my surprise, I had a message awaiting me…

One from Twitter’s customer support.

Apparently, someone had listened to my repeated requests, and it had been discovered that my account had been caught in a massive clean-up sweep of spam accounts.

Much to my joy, Twitter support restored my account!!

I can now be AuburnChick again!

I promised, when I wrote my heated post, that I would sing Twitter’s praises if the problem had been fixed, so that is what I’m doing now.

Thank you for not only restoring my account by restoring my faith that I am not just another “account” out of millions, not worthy to be tended to individually.

Whenever I talk about Twitter, and I do talk a lot, I will make sure to share “the rest of the story,” as Paul Harvey would say.

So, thanks again, for your assistance!!

Sincerely,

AuburnChick

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One Response

  1. So glad they fixed it for you!

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