Dear Sir/Madam/Automated Email Receiver
Firstly, apologies if I have contacted the wrong company, but your company was the first British-based 'Global Solution Mortgage' result on Google. Rest assured, the remaining list will be contacted over time, as I work through it.
Right, on to the main reason for this email. I keep receiving phones calls to my work telephone number from your (possible ) representatives, I assume which are based on the Indian sub-continent due to their accents. I am willing to be corrected on this, indeed if they are UK-based I applaud your stance on ethnic minority employment. Anyway, I digress. These representatives repeatedly ask to speak to 'Robbie Williams' or 'Robin Williams'. I can assure you that no one of that name has ever sat at this desk, or indeed has been employed in this office.
As a result of the latest call asking after Mr Williams I did manage to get the name 'Global Solutions' from the person on the end of the phone (exoticly called 'Sharon') and that the call was in relation to a mortgage taken out by Mr Williams. Hence my arrival at your business. Unfortunately I could not get any further information out of Sharon as I had clearly deviated from the script, and perhap she did not understand.
I kindly request that you do the needful and remove my work number (+44 (0) 113 XXX XXXX) from your records. I suspect Mr Williams has probably fleeced you in some way, hence the repeated phone calls to the wrong number. Kudos due to him, I reckon. Unfortunately I cannot supply any other information about Mr Williams, but I hope you can cross reference my work telephone number with his name to achieve the desired outcome. Please be aware that in order to get my number removed from this calling list/your records I will pretend to be Mr Williams at the next call in order to garner further information. I am sure you are conscious that this is rather illegal, and any divulgence of information in relation to Mr Williams will, I suspect, put you in breach of customer confidentiality legislation.
I wish you all the best in your pursuit of Mr Williams.
If this does not involve your company in anyway I apologise profusely