Dear Sky Sports
- include a way for me to unsubscribe from your puerile badly photoshopped spam.
- include the name and address of the sender – who is the sending entity?
- get my express consent to receive your spam
- tell me where you got my email address from
P.S. Please stop with the Tiger nonsense.
<Update. Sky Sports called me and apologised. Thanks.
They didn’t, it seems, realise that they needed the unsubscribe option. They are now putting in on to all future mail-outs. So that’s a good result -well done for responding so fast Sky Sports.
Apparently I would have received emails from Sky Sports before, and in the terms and conditions is embedding the “we can send you spam” clause. That’s not something I know anything about – I certainly do not recall opting in to this sort of spam.
Also looking back at my Sky emails received I see one email from “Sky Marketing” – a survey in June this year and one from Sky Television – a promo back in April, and that’s it. Both had unsubscribe options – and both were sent by other companies on behalf of Sky. Here, for reference, is how the bottom of any spam email should look – from the April newsletter. I’m guessing I hit the unsubscribe button, but I cannot honestly recall whether I did or not>