Dear Kazuhiro Tsuga,
I write concerning misinformation concerning Panasonic’s last Corporate Governance Report, dated November 10, 2015.
Given Panasonic makes certain, offers to entice potential customers, you should be aware of how actual, customers are, well; stiffed.
I write, keeping in mind, Panasonic’s Updated policy statement.
I. Basic Policy on Corporate Governance, Capital Structure, Corporate Profile and Other Basic Information
1. Basic Policy [updated] in which the policy is updated to include:
“The Company, since its establishment, has operated its business under its business philosophy, “contributing to the progress and development of society and the well-being of people worldwide through its business activities”. Also, the Company believes it is important to increase corporate value by fulfilling accountability through dialogue with various stakeholders such as shareholders and customers, making effort to execute transparent business activities, and swiftly conducting business activities with fairness and honesty based on its basic philosophy of “a company is a public entity of society.”
This is not accurate. To wit: Please see the below email from Steve Milley, your National Sales Manager. Mr. Milley has been wholly non-responsive to calls and emails since writing the below.
Please note Mr. Tsuga, Steve Milley’s email was dated, December 23, 2014.
Again, neither does Steve Milley, return telephone calls. Although, as the Linkedin profile for Panasonic’s Steve Milley, suggests, he is in my local, area!
Isn’t almost a year a long time to stiff a customer out of a $600.00 rebate?
Am wondering if perhaps either someone at @TheStreet, @Jim Cramer or someone else as @CNBC might see if this is an ongoing thing, as people shopping for Christmas presents, enticed by rebate offers, should be aware of reality.
Thank you for your time.