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Good evening. My name is Brandon. I understand the scenario, but I don't want to make the wrong assumption about how I might help. What question might I answer for you?
It looks like you attempted to set up a phone call. Sometimes, credit cards see it as "suspicious activity". If you would like to try again, just make sure to start by saying "This question is for Brandon M."
I'm definitely glad to keep working with you here if a phone call can't be arranged.
I actually have no contact with the billing side of things, so I can't comment on what you have or haven't paid, only that you attempted to set up a phone call. I also don't have your phone number, since there is an intermediary number that the website uses when we connect (when a call is placed, I call into the intermediary number, and the intermediary calls the customer.) We can try to set up a new phone call or we can talk through the website, but I'm afraid that I can't text.
Ok, that works for me. What mechanism did the officer use to measure your speed?
I'll tell you where I'm going with this: I think that your vehicle's ability to accelerate to 35 mph in such a short distance is significant from an evidentiary standpoint, but my concern is how you might show that you weren't already at 35 mph when you hit the first traffic signal.