I left an internship of three months in a small IT company and have finally received a draft for the internship certificate to check back per email.
The person who wrote it works in the accounting department, so she isn't familiar with the technical stuff I did. She is also the boss' wife.
While the content is really good and positive, I have several concerns. She made quite a few spelling and grammar mistakes. The list of things I did wasn't entirely correct. She emphasized unimportant stuff while leaving the interesting things out.
I sent her mail, kindly pointing out the proposed content changes. I attached a revised version of the document, where I silently corrected all the spelling mistakes as well.
She answered with a new draft where my changes to the list of actions were applied, but all the typos remain.
What should I do now? I feel it's impolite and could be interpreted in a bad way to point out mistakes to a superior person although I'm not working there any more. On the other side, I doubt that the certificate would have any positive value in this shape and can be more harmful than good, if send to future recruiters.