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That obscene letter is not from me — 4 Comments

  1. Gail,

    I am so very sorry you have to put up with any of this! You are a fabulous person and businesswoman with the utmost integrity. Please know you are well respected and are receiving support!



    • Linda thank you so much for your support! It means a lot to me. I’m still upset about it and am really, really angry. I am so very sorry that you received a copy of the letter and I’m glad you called me to let me know.

  2. I received one of those also, but knew right away that you didn’t send it. The postmark is from a different state. It seems an individual targeted many of us.

    • I am so sorry you received that letter. I have no idea who is sending them or why. I can’t understand the rationale behind it. They must be spending an awful lot in postage, envelopes, paper and labels and sending out dozens of these letters at a time. And how to they pick their victims? None of the folks who received this letter with my name on it have ever taken a class with me. They are just a random mix of healthcare providers and laypersons. It just makes no sense.

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