Ethics question

I'm filling out a personal bragging sheet for a job interview process I'm going through. For the "communications" section, I'm considering
specific information about one of my former tax clients but leaving any identifying information out. I don't see how there could be anything wrong with this. I made a couple sales on this guy using effective communication skills and being truthful. Is there an ethical dilemna I'm missing?
Thank you.
Dan
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Yours,
Dan S.
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On Thu, 04 Nov 2010 23:18:45 -0400, DanS. wrote:

Make the information very general or leave it out.
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"Actually this is a common misconception...I do *not* in fact have a lot
of time on my hands at all! I just have a very very very very bad sense
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