As someone who works online I am used to ordering things via the internet.
Sometimes I order physical products and sometimes I order things which just exist on my hard drive (or on someone else’s hard drive or server.)
So it is common to get an email which has a subject line like this:
on #: GFA5640943 – Please Retain for your records…”
But when I have never done business with you and have therefore not ordered anything which requires a digital download then such a subject line is nothing short of dishonest.
The main body of the email was just as dishonest and utterly dire:
“I have tried to send this to you at address of
However it caused an error, the reason for return – unknown.
“I wanted to give it one last attempt for you to access your
“Below is your one time access link [link removed]
Thanks Winter for such a dismal effort at email marketing.
Let’s be honest here for a moment shall we?
You started your email with the words “Good Morning” because you have no idea who I am.
You have not tried to send me anything at all and that stuff about errors being caused is just nonsense.
You really want me to access my account? What account? I have never done business with you.
Email marketing at its worst.