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    It was nice to talk to you on the phone

    Der mr brade,
    It was nice to talk to you on the phone

    Iím currently seeking a position in which career growth and earrings are commensurate with my ability and efforts

    Thank you,


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    Re: It was nice to talk to you on the phone

    Der mr brade,
    > Dear is spelled wrong
    > Mr. is wrong
    > The name begins with an upper-case letter
    > I doubt that the name is spelled correctly (it might be, but I have my doubts)
    > comma after the name
    Dear Mr. Brade,
    (note: Please verify this spelling of the name)

    It was nice to talk to you on the phone
    > period at the end of the sentence
    It was nice to talk to you on the phone.

    Iím currently seeking a position in which career growth and earrings are commensurate with my ability and efforts
    I'm applying for an entry-level job in the mail room.

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    Re: It was nice to talk to you on the phone

    ...and be sure you do not agree to be paid in 'earrings'...

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