Here's what it suppose to have read,
"Thank you for writing in! We are wining and dining with our Representatives in U.S. and Indian Congress to get tough with piracy. If we ever made it to the next phase, willful and egregious violators will see our legal action. If we find people turning off the TV or not going to our website. You will pay! We have your subscription ID, computer hardware numbers and we know your ISP. When we find that our subscribers leave, We will bring our A team. We will hire our best legal team in the Bay Area to get our money back. If you the subscribers fail to comply, we will bring our B team waiting in Bangalore, they will teach you a lesson!"
"We do not have the rights to the ICC Tournaments, IPL and BPL. Even the rug was pulled before the time we had to bid. We at Willow Cricket are displeased with the way ESPN got the ICC tournament rights. BCCI also robbed us in broadcasting the IPL. Lalit Modi was our friend, our favorite business partner. Our front man to getting the rights to you. But unfortunately Lalit didn't want your continued support. BCCI failed us again. Bangladesh Cricket Board didn't want our bid to BPL or Bangladesh cricket, so we left Dhaka empty handed. They didn't want our business. Through days and nights, we come across road blocks. England Cricket Board wants to know what we done to curb piracy. Chairman Giles Clarke is one tough negotiator. Giles doesn't want our money. We can wait for another four years. In a starling development. TEN Cricket has accused us of violating broadcast standards to South Africa Cricket. We at Willow Cricket are discouraged from all of these allegations. We vow to get the Cricket rights back with our legal action!"
"With our last minute efforts we will see these things to their very end. We appreciate your business. Thank you and come again!"
Good one!!! Enjoyed it!!!