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Read moreAbout this series:When a carpenter’s cover email comes along with a death threat, it can mean trouble.
But this time, an email sent by a woman who is the widow of a car painter in the state of Oregon has gotten some unexpected support.
The cover letter from a widow in the State of Oregon to a car owner in Washington state, which has become a rallying cry for many car owners and their supporters in recent weeks, has been getting a lot of attention online.
Here are some of the responses from car owners, car owners’ groups, carpenters’ associations and the carpentered community, all of whom say the letter is very timely.
Many have said the letter makes them feel more secure, and some have said it will help protect their families.
Some have said that the letter could hurt the car industry, and others have said this letter is an act of kindness.CNNMoney was able to confirm the cover letter’s authenticity.
We’re also updating this story as we learn more.
Read a full copy of the letter to your carOwner: I am the widow (of) a carpainter, and I would like to inform you that I am writing you today because I would not have done this if I did not think that you and your family are in great need.
The situation is not as bad as it might appear.
My husband and I are financially secure, we have been working hard to keep our family in our home, and we are in good shape financially.
My son is in school and will graduate in July.
My family has been through some very tough times, and my husband and daughter have been in a car accident a few years ago.
I do not have the resources to keep them in our homes, and our car has had major repairs that have cost us more than $500,000 in lost income.
Please help us out.
Read what other car owners are saying about this letterHere are a few quotes from other car buyers:The letter also includes a list of car repairs you can expect, including an engine, transmission, brakes, seats, wheels and more.
The letter is a very strong, heartfelt statement of intent from the widow and her family.
It is very encouraging to see that so many people are responding to the letter and sharing it.
It also provides some information about car repair companies in Washington, where the widow resides.
We understand the letter may have been sent from the States of Oregon and Washington, but we are confident that the widow will be able to work with her own car repair shop to resolve the situation.
If you are considering a purchase of a new car, please read the car cover letter and contact your local car dealer to see if there are any other options available.
Read about how a car-repair business helped get the widow’s family back on its feet.
Car owners, who want to be part of the solution, can get the letter mailed to them in person or by mail.