is now online! Send a warning letter to your child from Santa Claus! gives parents who have misbehaving children the chance to have their child receive a Naughty List Warning Letter from Santa Claus.
June 12, 2009 - PRLog -- NORTH POLE, AK- (6/12/2009): was brought to life this week as an alternative way to assist parents with their unruly children in an effort to deliver a positive change in behavior.  Parents from all over the world have the ability to log onto the site and send their child an actual personalized letter from Santa Claus at the North Pole!  The parent provides Santas-List with the childs information, what they have done to be on Santa's Naughty List, and the chores and tasks that they have to do to get off of the list in order to get their most coveted gifts.  The child is sent a letter personally written and signed by Santa Claus, as well as a parchment copy of Santa's List with  their name checkmarked in charcoal, a Naughty List Certificate and a List of Tasks that "Santa" would like the child to do.  

The parent can personalize the letter with anything they want, whether they would like their child to go to bed earlier, eat all of his or her dinner, walk the dog every day or even clean up the entire house.  All letters are addressed and stamped with the postmark of North Pole, Alaska and mailed directly to your child.  The letters are printed on fine acid-free lignin-free paper, so the memories created and the lessons learned will last a lifetime. If you are a parent with a misbehaving child who still believes in Santa Claus, then try out today for only $6.99!

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About was created as a service to parents who have unruly children. provides parents with a way to have Santa Claus send a personalized letter to their children addressing their misbehavior and encouraging a positive change.
Tags:Santa, Letter, Christmas, Naughty List, Nice List, Mail, North Pole, Misbehaving Child, Children
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