Fax To The Future

One of my insurance customers faxed over the police report from 
an auto accident. Several weeks later, she called asking for information from that report.

“Didn’t you keep the original copy?” I asked.

“No,” she said. “I faxed it to you.”

Sherri Smith, Carrollton, Texas

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