The new company is a local joint -- Millenium Management. They've already managed to annoy me because:
* The name of the company features a prominent misspelling -- "Millennium" has two N's. (Though, curiously, their URL uses the correct spelling: http://www.millenniummgt.com -- which means they're basically typosquatting themselves.)
* According to their site:
"We provide the same management services offered by other HOA management companies. What sets us apart is the manner in which we provide those services."This is actually true -- the fact that they don't give you a payment envelope in the bill certainly sets them apart.
The payment coupon also isn't perforated -- you have to cut it with scissors, knife, or maybe a piece of flint chipped to a cutting edge.
What are we, savages?
I expect that from the Federal government (I had to send them a check, for reasons I will get into some other time), but at least they give you a return envelope (even if the payment coupon didn't really fit right -- the address doesn't show without modification).
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