Credit card company wins prestigious Unintelligble Letter Award
A letter announcing ‘important changes to your credit card’ has won a Guinness Book of World Records entry for the longest and least intelligible letter in the history of man.
The 15,000-word letter beat the previous record, a Google Service Level Agreement for a cloud computing contract, into a very poor second place.
‘It’s almost as if they wanted the customers to give up trying to understand it,’ said Guinness Book of World Records judge Norris McWhirter.
In the process of confirming the record, another was created as judges from Guinness World Records became the first people ever to read such a letter all the way through.
Posted: Jun 24th, 2013 by ronseal
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