Disagree, as they threaten that a previous interest in a particular product
is a green light to email about ANY of their products. IMHO that is going
too far. I opted out a few days ago when the MD emailed that there were
some new sockets in stock and then another email followed not long
afterwards. Don't know whether I am in practice opted-out or not but when I
checked my account I still have the opt-in box ticked, something I am not
sure I ever selected. Without necessarily agreening with the OP, the
Screwfix letter is too cavalier for my liking.
YOU buy from Screwfix and you don't want to know what new products or price
reductions they have to offer you?
Why not just add it to your Block List?
I'm with Screwfix on this one.
I order things that I want when I want them for the normal reasons.,
their prices are pretty good, delivery is usually good etc.
For the same reasons as I don't want junk snail mail or junk phone
calls. While there is a small possibility I may derive some benefit, the
hassle factor isn't worth it for me.
YMMV (it would seem :-))
"Andy Luckman (AJL Electronics)" wrote
| For those DIYers who buy from Screwfix:
| You might like to be aware of their spam policy, which I have
| found out to my cost. I am intending to issue legal action
| for recovery of my invoice amount.
[from Screwfix letter:]
| In any event the new legislation relates only to personal (not
| business) email addresses,
Mmm yes that's right isn't it.
Don't suppose Mr MacNamara put his email address on his letter did he?
| "Andy Luckman (AJL Electronics)" wrote
| > > Don't suppose Mr MacNamara put his email address on his letter did he?
| > You would be correct in that assumption.
| Bet you a tenner it is firstname.lastname@example.org . That's the way a lot of
| major companies set up their addresses
If it's not email@example.com it'll probably be
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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