Have you ever had a situation where, in a meeting, you hand someone a formal notice / letter to them (their company), and politely ask them if they could sign the copy to confirm receipt of the letter?
Not unusual practice, surely. I have had that from people before now. It is a formality to sign a receipt, surely...
And they say no!
I mean, why? Does that mean they want to be able to deny having been given the letter later? What? Rude, or what?
Is that the height of (commercial) rudeness?
Or is my then saying "no problem", and picking up the 1Dx and taking a picture of them and the letter, is that the height of rudeness?
Just wondering... :-)