I've set my preferences on your system to not receive marketing mails. Therefore, it seems strange to get an email from your marketing manager telling me this fact, which I know very well, and telling me that I could get all sorts of marketing mails if I signed up for them.
Maybe the fact that I've asked not to get mails from your marketing department is that, oh, I don't know, I don't want them? All I want from your company is a pipe to connect my computers at home to the Internet. If I ever feel pressed for the lack of mail hosting, anti-spam measures, web hosting, or anything else, I may possibly come to your website to look for it. I know you exist – you send me a bill every month, so I'm not likely to forget. In the mean time, please naff off and let me use your services in peace.
From: Eclipse Internet
Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2008 09:23:37 +0100 Subject: Keep in touch with news from Eclipse Keep in touch with news from Eclipse Internet Dear Customer We're constantly working hard to improve the products and services that we offer to make sure you have broadband that's both reliable and gives you the best possible speeds. We've noticed that you've opted to not receive further communication from Eclipse and so may be unaware of our latest improvements. Benefits of subscribing to Eclipse communications include: - keep up to date with new products and services - save money with offers and promotions - find out how you can benefit from our improvements If you would like to receive future communications from Eclipse please email email@example.com Kind regards Mark Thomas Head of Sales and Marketing Eclipse Internet is part of the KCOM Group. Registered address: 37 Carr Lane Hull HU1 3RE United Kingdom. If you no longer wish to receive emails from Eclipse Internet please click here