I sent a customer an email with some documents attached. She received the email and documents with no problems. In the text of my email to her I wrote that I would call her later to discuss.
I have the email I sent her still in my "sent" folder. She has the email I sent her. I did call her that night and we talked on the phone. I told her that I had quit my job earlier that day and would be unable to finish the transaction. She remembers all of this.
The only thing I need to prove is A: That she got the email and it is authentic. B: That we did talk on the phone that night and I told her I had quit the job earlier that day.
Can this be done through the use of an affidavit?
She would state that the printed copy of the email she received is accurate for the contents, date & time, and from me.
She would state that I called her that night and that I did tell her that I had quit the job that day and would be unable to finish the transaction.
If I asked, she would state all of this at a hearing, but for something this simple won't a properly executed affidavit work?