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Friday, 11 January 2013

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Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Søsterorganisasjon i England?/Fwd: Update/Fwd: Email confirmation of receipt -










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 10:56 PM





To:
lbf@lbf.no







Hei,

har dere en søsterorganisasjon i England?

Jeg sender til en organisasjon som heter Tpas, men de svarer ikke.

På forhånd takk for eventuell hjelp!

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog



---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 9:59 PM
Subject: Update/Fwd: Email confirmation of receipt -
To: csc@lht.co.uk
Cc: info@tpas.org.uk


Hi,


yesterday I also got a second letter from LHT, I noticed now.

(At first I only saw your 'Repairs Service'-folder, in that envelope.

But I saw your letter now since I was going to put the folder away with the other Landlord-files).

This second letter was a bit vague, I think, after I've read it now.

It only says 'the matter', and isn't specific when it comes to which complaint-issue you mean.


It also doesn't say the date of my complaint/correspondence.

This is a bit strange to me who has gone to business-school.

It's almost like something a bit degenerated, I think.

(Even if I almost didn't dare to write that.

Because I didn't want to be inpolite).

I'm very sorry if I'm to frank with my feed-back.

But this is frusterating I think, that this mentioned letter is this vague.


Sorry again that I thought I had to write the word 'degenerated'!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 1:20 PM
Subject: Re: Email confirmation of receipt -
To: LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk>
Cc: Liverpool Direct <liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>


Hi,


that's brilliant.

There was an electrician here on the door now, regarding the lamp in the court.

I showed him which lamp it was, and he was going to take a picture of it, and get it fixed.

I explained it wasn't to do with this flat really, but with LHT.

By the way, like you know, Keith Court is in Keith Avenue, and Keith Avenue sort of becomes Frodsham Street, when it crosses City Road.


And in Frodsham St. someone have started trowing garbage-bins on the pavement, it seems.

I guess this is to do with the Council, (or something), so I send a copy e-mail to them.


Or else the whole area is going to start to turn into a slum, I think, if people just throw the garbage everywhere.

My grandfather was a councelor, in the municipality of Hadsel, in Northern Norway, in the 60's and 70's, and he was on the radio, in Norway, when he quit in that job, and he didn't like it that people threw garbage everywhere, on the mountain there, I heard when I got the radio-programme in the post, from Norway.

So I think I should complain about this a bit.

Also, I think it's strange the electrician contacts me, (on my door), about the repair, in the comunal court/LHT-area.



He should speak with LHT about repairs in that area, I think.

That was a bit strange, I think now.

I used to be a Shop Manager in Norway.

And if one of the shops customers complained about something, I wouldn't have sent a repair-guy on their door to ask whay they meant.

I would have talked to the repair-guy myself.

So this I thought was a bit strange.

People doesn't want to report problems then if they have to be like LHT-staff.


How could you know I wasn't out?

Hm.

Anyway I send the pictures from Frodsham Street.

And I hope the Council don't have to send people on my door to sort that problem.


Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 12:01 PM, LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk> wrote:




Good Morning Mr Ribsskog,



Thank you for your email and I am delighted to hear that the gate with key access is working well for you.


It is important that the area is maintained to a high standard and therefore we will go ahead with the jobs we have scheduled as a result of your earlier email.


I will record on your account that there are no outstanding issues that we have yet to deal with for you. Thank you for your confirmation.



Best Regards,

Donna Sanders

Assistant Co-ordinator

Customer Service Centre

Liverpool Housing Trust

Priory House

Runcorn

WA7 2FS

Tel No: 01928 796000

Email:

csc@lht.co.uk
Web:

www.lht.co.uk
LHT is part of Symphony Housing Group



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Jeg sendte en e-post til LHT






Gmail - Update/Fwd: Email confirmation of receipt -








Gmail



Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Update/Fwd: Email confirmation of receipt -










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 9:59 PM





To:
csc@lht.co.uk


Cc:
info@tpas.org.uk







Hi,

yesterday I also got a second letter from LHT, I noticed now.

(At first I only saw your 'Repairs Service'-folder, in that envelope.

But I saw your letter now since I was going to put the folder away with the other Landlord-files).


This second letter was a bit vague, I think, after I've read it now.

It only says 'the matter', and isn't specific when it comes to which complaint-issue you mean.


It also doesn't say the date of my complaint/correspondence.

This is a bit strange to me who has gone to business-school.

It's almost like something a bit degenerated, I think.

(Even if I almost didn't dare to write that.

Because I didn't want to be inpolite).

I'm very sorry if I'm to frank with my feed-back.

But this is frusterating I think, that this mentioned letter is this vague.


Sorry again that I thought I had to write the word 'degenerated'!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 1:20 PM
Subject: Re: Email confirmation of receipt -
To: LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk>
Cc: Liverpool Direct <liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>


Hi,


that's brilliant.

There was an electrician here on the door now, regarding the lamp in the court.

I showed him which lamp it was, and he was going to take a picture of it, and get it fixed.

I explained it wasn't to do with this flat really, but with LHT.

By the way, like you know, Keith Court is in Keith Avenue, and Keith Avenue sort of becomes Frodsham Street, when it crosses City Road.


And in Frodsham St. someone have started trowing garbage-bins on the pavement, it seems.

I guess this is to do with the Council, (or something), so I send a copy e-mail to them.


Or else the whole area is going to start to turn into a slum, I think, if people just throw the garbage everywhere.

My grandfather was a councelor, in the municipality of Hadsel, in Northern Norway, in the 60's and 70's, and he was on the radio, in Norway, when he quit in that job, and he didn't like it that people threw garbage everywhere, on the mountain there, I heard when I got the radio-programme in the post, from Norway.

So I think I should complain about this a bit.

Also, I think it's strange the electrician contacts me, (on my door), about the repair, in the comunal court/LHT-area.



He should speak with LHT about repairs in that area, I think.

That was a bit strange, I think now.

I used to be a Shop Manager in Norway.

And if one of the shops customers complained about something, I wouldn't have sent a repair-guy on their door to ask whay they meant.

I would have talked to the repair-guy myself.

So this I thought was a bit strange.

People doesn't want to report problems then if they have to be like LHT-staff.


How could you know I wasn't out?

Hm.

Anyway I send the pictures from Frodsham Street.

And I hope the Council don't have to send people on my door to sort that problem.


Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 12:01 PM, LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk> wrote:




Good Morning Mr Ribsskog,



Thank you for your email and I am delighted to hear that the gate with key access is working well for you.


It is important that the area is maintained to a high standard and therefore we will go ahead with the jobs we have scheduled as a result of your earlier email.


I will record on your account that there are no outstanding issues that we have yet to deal with for you. Thank you for your confirmation.



Best Regards,

Donna Sanders

Assistant Co-ordinator

Customer Service Centre

Liverpool Housing Trust

Priory House

Runcorn

WA7 2FS

Tel No: 01928 796000

Email:

csc@lht.co.uk
Web:

www.lht.co.uk
LHT is part of Symphony Housing Group



**********************************************************************
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and
intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they
are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify
the system manager.
Scanned by the Clearswift SECURE Email Gateway.
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PS.

Her er vedlegget:

lht nytt brev

Enda et brev fra LHT

lht nytt brev

Hva skal det her bety NSB?

hva skal det her bety nsb

Jeg sendte en ny e-post til LHT






Gmail - Email confirmation of receipt -








Gmail



Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>










Email confirmation of receipt -










Erik Ribsskog

<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 1:20 PM





To:
LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk>


Cc:
Liverpool Direct <liverpool.direct@liverpool.gov.uk>


Bcc:
info@tpas.org.uk







Hi,

that's brilliant.

There was an electrician here on the door now, regarding the lamp in the court.

I showed him which lamp it was, and he was going to take a picture of it, and get it fixed.


I explained it wasn't to do with this flat really, but with LHT.

By the way, like you know, Keith Court is in Keith Avenue, and Keith Avenue sort of becomes Frodsham Street, when it crosses City Road.


And in Frodsham St. someone have started trowing garbage-bins on the pavement, it seems.

I guess this is to do with the Council, (or something), so I send a copy e-mail to them.


Or else the whole area is going to start to turn into a slum, I think, if people just throw the garbage everywhere.

My grandfather was a councelor, in the municipality of Hadsel, in Northern Norway, in the 60's and 70's, and he was on the radio, in Norway, when he quit in that job, and he didn't like it that people threw garbage everywhere, on the mountain there, I heard when I got the radio-programme in the post, from Norway.

So I think I should complain about this a bit.

Also, I think it's strange the electrician contacts me, (on my door), about the repair, in the comunal court/LHT-area.


He should speak with LHT about repairs in that area, I think.

That was a bit strange, I think now.

I used to be a Shop Manager in Norway.

And if one of the shops customers complained about something, I wouldn't have sent a repair-guy on their door to ask whay they meant.

I would have talked to the repair-guy myself.

So this I thought was a bit strange.

People doesn't want to report problems then if they have to be like LHT-staff.


How could you know I wasn't out?

Hm.

Anyway I send the pictures from Frodsham Street.

And I hope the Council don't have to send people on my door to sort that problem.


Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Fri, Jan 11, 2013 at 12:01 PM, LHT Customer Service <csc@lht.co.uk> wrote:




Good Morning Mr Ribsskog,



Thank you for your email and I am delighted to hear that the gate with key access is working well for you.


It is important that the area is maintained to a high standard and therefore we will go ahead with the jobs we have scheduled as a result of your earlier email.


I will record on your account that there are no outstanding issues that we have yet to deal with for you. Thank you for your confirmation.



Best Regards,

Donna Sanders

Assistant Co-ordinator

Customer Service Centre

Liverpool Housing Trust

Priory House

Runcorn

WA7 2FS

Tel No: 01928 796000

Email:

csc@lht.co.uk
Web:

www.lht.co.uk
LHT is part of Symphony Housing Group



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intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom they
are addressed. If you have received this email in error please notify
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www.clearswift.com
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