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12-20-2009 @ 2:23PM
I don't understand people who come to a site, see it has absolutely nothing to do with what they are looking for, and still email you.Apparantly he ordered some container. Then he comes to this site, looks around for a contact address, has to see this site has nothing to do with containers (and ignores all the game stuff) and still submits an order question.Unless, and I think this is the more likely option, is that it was a spammer trying to get you to check out a site selling something. I have seen this before. A comment like "I didn't get my order", or "I didn't see what you were talking about, could you check site's order" (just examples) and then giving out a link, hoping you will go to the site to see what they are talking about, then order one.
12-20-2009 @ 3:06PM
Oh, we get plenty of spam and tricksy links, too. But these "wow"-related e-mails ... They're a constant -- which is why a new flavor, like the containers, is such a thrilling novelty to those of us who have to wade through them!
12-20-2009 @ 3:38PM
Haha, those containers are actually a pretty good idea. Not so much the "Fill it past the rim!" bit, but the fact that there are no actual "lids" is amazing.
12-20-2009 @ 8:02PM
Yes and their scheme is working...how many of us have checked their site now because of this.A sham wow.
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