Check your spam folder. That's where I found mine.
I also have not received it and would like to see it. Zuga, please post a link on this website so we can all see it.
Now that three people say they have looked for it in their spam folders, congratulations are in order to "teliot" for creating a lot more interest in the "newsletter" than it would ever have got by itself without that help. It has the attention of at least three whole people actually spending a few seconds intentionally looking for it for it! If you've ever glanced at the "most active threads" list on the forum you've basically seen the "newsletter." It has a "view this email online if it..." link, which I'd gladly pass along so y'all could have the satisfaction of seeing the same thing you already see on the site, but it's a dead link.Quote:
...I kind of want to see what all the fuss is about,..
As far as the content for those of you who didn't receive it, here is the first quoted article in the newsletter, an advertisement for some online casinos:Quote: GetResponse
Thank you for contacting GetResponse Compliance Dept.
Please rest assured that all spam related reports that reach GetResponse Abuse Team are treated with the utmost attention.
The campaign that is being reported has already been deactivated for violating GetResponse Terms of Service. You won't receive any further messages from this account.
Thank you once again for taking your time to submit this report. If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to ask.
GetResponse Compliance Team
This fills in some missing details. That's all I have to say on the topic.Quote:
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I heard back from the company that LCB used to send this mass email. They had already deactivated the campaign before I contacted them. The reason for deactivation was for violation of the ToS. That settles the matter. It was spam. I am sure LCB will be more sensitive to the ToS in their next mass-email endeavor.
Unless I missed it, I don't think anyone accused you of THAT.Quote: Zuga
... We do not use spam databases. ...
Unless I missed it, I don't think anyone accused you of THAT.