Lease termination

by Alan

Some idiot from “American Tower“ sent me letter asking to reduce their lease payment by 50% as we where partners and they wanted to give me an opertunity to work with them to save costs !

I told them I was their landlord not their partner and if they didn’t want to pay the contracted amout when would they like to pick their sh!# up?

What’s with this crap ? And how do we spell
Alan NH

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May 15, 2018
MUD spelled backwards is DUM
by: Stephen

Alan, one of our highly trained and sophisticated telecom lease geniuses will reach out to you to discuss.

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