The agony of trying to unsubscribe | James Veitch

The agony of trying to unsubscribe | James Veitch

It happens to all of us: you unsubscribe from an unwanted marketing email, and a few days later another message from the same company pops up in your inbox. Comedian James Veitch turned this frustration into whimsy when a local supermarket refused to take no for an answer. Hijinks ensued.

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50 thoughts on “The agony of trying to unsubscribe | James Veitch

  1. i had some guy call me the other day about ten free lottery tickets he said how would you feel about winner 100,000 pounds? you would be very happy wouldn’t you? i said well to be honest i think it would cause more problems than it solved, he said i can assure you that you would be very happy, i said no i definitely think it might be a hindrance, he said no i can quite assure you that you are wrong …i raised an eye brow at that point lol

  2. *I am going to mass, join me now and u will pay you 10000000000 million dollar if u come with us in new tech ship*

    Don’t believe that it’s a joke

  3. Helo costomir.

    If yew sendd meh you’re credit cards detailed and balk statements and socual secrecy numbers, and all you’re person detailed them I will give yew a fre pen15 enlargement. And twenty millone poonds.

    Thanks Yew.

    Dr A Scammer

  4. Just FYI, I finally found Solomon and locked him up in my basement with no internet access. If anyone gets further emails from Solomon, please know that the sender is an imposter!

  5. Heads up to anyone wondering, if a company does this, they are violating the CAN-SPAM Act that states that they have to have an unsubscribe from automated emails and they have to unsubscribe you. The fine for breaking this is that every email that gets sent after is about $16,000.

  6. I’ve been getting a bunch of crap spreading in my email and it’s really annoying as it’s for crap like buy your house now because of money savings. And I’m like um I’m 18 kind of early to buy a house. And other crap like hey sexy click here to chat with me. I’m like what? Just go away! The unsubscribe button doesn’t work on half of these damn spam bullshit.

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