What not to do


There’s a London concert promoter that’s been spamming our old sales address for 5 or 6 years now. I’ve sent in complaints, I’ve tried to unsubscribe, and the mail still keeps coming. They managed to get through my filters, again, this morning. In a fit of frustration I tweeted about how frustrated I was that they would not stop spamming me.
Well, that got someone’s attention. The person managing their twitter account tweeted at me with an email address and a suggestion to send him my address so he could take care of it. I sent the mail as asked and even got a reply.
Unfortunately, the reply was “I clicked the unsubscribe link at the bottom of the message for you.”
I dunno, maybe his mouse is a magic mouse and, somehow, the click from that magic mouse will be more effective than a click from my not-magic mouse. I’m not holding out much hope, though. I have no doubt that my sales address will keep getting invited to raves in London long after I retire.

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