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Mass mailings, the bane of small and mid-sized businesses lacking the means to outsource, just got a whole lot simpler -- and cheaper, says an Internet start-up seeking to tap into the multi-billion-dollar annual market.
Noticed the article is dated May 11, 1999.
I just tried to log onto the eLetter.com Website and it appears to be gone...
Correct...they have gone the way of many .com's
Hey, does anyone know who took over for eletter?
I was using them for quite some time, then stopped doing mailings, now we want to get started again and I didn't save a single email from the guy that took over. I appreciate it.
email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
I was a former eletter customer (and also a creditor because they owed me some money :-) ) , and I got one of those emails too.
A reliable internal source told me that the company that sent those emails after the ELetter shutdown did not take over the company. Instead, it stole ELetter's customer list through a former ELetter sales person and used it for mass emails.
You make your own judgement about whether to trust such a company with your direct mail.
I am not trusting them with my own customer list.