I hate spam. If you don't hate spam something's wrong. This is about ********.com and a poorly drafted spam message.
Now I've got as much patience as the next person but what irritates me more than anything is unsolicited email. I can take them with a pinch of salt of course - but this one particular day I lost my temper with ********.com, and here's why:
2. Take the time to draft the message
3. Taken the time to write the message properly in standard English.
- This person did not take the time to excuse themselves
- This person did not take the time to draft the message but copied and pasted
- This person did not take the time to write the message properly in standard English
As I said I would not have replied as aggressively as I did had I not believed that some bot or program had just spammed my social network inbox via some company I'd never heard of. Wait!! The message was written by a human-being... which makes it all the more appalling.
Abuse from spammer.com
|The cruel irony...|
Ironically I had managed to elicit wrath despite not wanting to solicit spam and the VP further responded by calling me a 'little insignificant man', 'a wounded little girl'.
I responded noting the irony of his deluded messages. He took offence at this and replied, "Look at little Stewie he learned the big boy words. next time(sic) I am in the UK we should connect and talk face to face...".
I didn't respond. I couldn't be bothered. So why I am writing this now?
Please tell me you hate hate spam to? Or am I wrong because I signed up to LinkedIn's terms and conditions so I should accept these messages? I would never dream of sending out copied and pasted messages to a client or customer - it is ridiculous and lazy - no wonder I responded as I did.