puzzling spam of the day
I just got a unique piece of spam that gave me momentary pause about how to deal with it (as opposed to, of course, automatically deleting it).
This is a confirmation email that you would like to get offers from us in the future.
if you would like to opt out please click reply if you would like to keep recieving offers then do nothing you will be given the chance to opt out any time we send you an offer.
Ypour privacy is of the upmost importance to us we will never sell or trade your information to any other company to use for email solicitation.
Great deals by emails
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I'm still inclined to ignore and delete it, following the rule that replying to spam -- even for the phony opt-out promises -- lets them know that the email address is live (it was obviously addressed to a randomly generated list, and the typos in the message do little to assure mne of their professionalism...).