July 13, 2005
Letters To The Editor For July 13th | printable version
Those "Opt-In" Email Lists...
Re: the article on opt-in email lists
Kevin Murphy basically answered his own question. He said he'd "never agree to such a thing" as agreeing to receive e-mail advertising, yet this company sent him an "e-mail solicitation." In other words, they're spamming him, and claiming that they send only opt-in emails. I'd stay FAR away from those folks.
Gary D. Robson
Technologist, Writer, Speaker, Captioning Advocate
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