eLetter Shuts Down, MailersClub Will Help their 3000 Customers
Press release from the issuing company
Los Angeles, CA 5/1/01 MailersClub, a direct mail company that serves small businesses and non-profit organizations, has "opened its mail box" to the three thousand clients affected by the closure of Eletter April 16, 2001. "When a company in our industry is regrettably forced to close," states Barry Yarkoni, MailersClub "Postmaster General" and CEO. "We feel it is incumbent upon us to offer them a comparable opportunity to continue the kind of service they are used to. We can do that without any interruption in their service."
Eletter clients will find a similar online system and competitive prices, along with unique additional features. These include a "Self-Correcting Address Book", which continuously updates their mailing list, and a guarantee that all mailings will be delivered to the post office in three days or less.
To make the transition as easy as possible, MailersClub has assembled a program and a team to help former Eletter customers. "In addition to converting file formats for free, our customer support department is prepared to offer special assistance in importing mailing lists and documents," said Steve Stallman, VP of Marketing for MailersClub. "We are also giving each former Eletter customer free postage, up to $25 on their first mailing, as a 'get acquainted' offer.
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