I don’t like getting junk snail mail. It’s annoying and not very earth friendly. But I got a piece of junk mail the other day that’s a little worse than annoying. First, here’s the front and back:
It looks like a legitimate bill, doesn’t it? Except for that print in the middle of the front page that says “THIS IS NOT A BILL,” it would be hard to tell that it wasn’t. They’ve even perforated the bottom of the page to send with your “remittance.” This page and a return envelope were the only things in the mailing, which makes it look even more like a bill.
A few things:
- You people suck. If you want to get business, how about doing a great job at what you do.
- Do you really think I would patronize a business that’s trying to con me into using their business? Those aren’t the kind of people I want to deal with.
- The name of the company is Web Listings Inc. Their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m not saying you should spam them or anything. Just know who they are when you’re the one they contact.