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Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing
Posted by: ECT News 2001-04-23 20:42:28

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Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing
Posted by: Mark 2001-07-09 21:27:09 In reply to: ECT News
Noticed the article is dated May 11, 1999.

I just tried to log onto the eLetter.com Website and it appears to be gone...


Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing
Posted by: josh 2001-08-17 13:16:40 In reply to: Mark
Correct...they have gone the way of many .com's

Josh


Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing
Posted by: Eric 2001-11-27 09:28:21 In reply to: josh
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.
Eric
email me, elektrokid1@aol.com

Re: ELetter.com to Automate Mass (Snail) Mailing
Posted by: cksuen 2002-01-30 13:40:50 In reply to: Eric
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.

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