I have to admit that I love my job. I get to sell the most gorgeous wholesale knitted and crochet toys. This year things have got even better because now we also have fairtrade craft kits and some fab organic toys from Peru to sell. However like all jobs being a wholesaler has parts that no one enjoys and chief among these is chasing overdue invoices.
Actually, once you start ringing customers to prompt them for payment you normally get some fab conversations and feedback and also re-orders but just occasionally you have customers who refuse to pay for reasons nothing to do with Best Years. In these cases we always go to court
There are few things more demoralising than having to take a customer to court to recover money they owe. When that customer is a leading ethical retailer its even more sour and that is what I had to do this am
So I was a very grumpy person on Twitter this morning (www.twitter.com/knittedtoys) and the lovely Samantha Morshed responded by sending me this fab picture
How cool is this! All of a sudden I was back to being very happy with my job of selling gorgeous fairtrade knitted and crochet toys. Thanks Samantha
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