Man reacts after getting 'dear esteemed customer' text from casket company

Man reacts after getting 'dear esteemed customer' text from casket company

A Nigerian man has riled up members of the internet community with his hilarious reaction to getting a complimentary message from a funeral service home.

The man identified as @Ody_johnson, narrated his experience with his followers on popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

According to him, he had used the services of the funeral home during the burial ceremony of his dad who passed away some months ago.

Probably in an effort to maintain a good customer relationship, the casket outlet sent him a happy new month message and also described him as a ‘dear esteemed customer’.

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Johnson said upon receiving the text message, he immediately raced down to their office and strongly warned them that he is not their customer.

"So this Casket outlet I used during my dad's funeral few months ago sent me a Happy New Month SMS /thanks for your patronage with the tag "Dear Esteemed Customer". I'm just back from their office,I had to physically go warn them that I'm not their customer . What nonsense." he said.

See the tweet below:

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Some of his followers immediately took to the comment section with mixed reactions to his post. See tweets below:

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Source: Yen

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