Venerable tech mag Computing has apologised to readers who clicked on a link in a marketing email only to find a completed form filled with someone else's account details. The email offered readers who filled in the survey the chance to win an Aston Martin track day. However, it appears that all the readers who filled in the …
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"The mag sent out a further email claiming the link mistakenly sent readers to a test account. It blamed an unforeseen error."
And yet this guy got a call from someone else saying he saw his details?
So not only do they make the technical mistake, they then lie about it.
Hang the lot of them.
They can't use a spell checker either
I haven't got an email saying sorry, but then I stopped at the piont I got someone elses details and rung them.
I wonder if I will get one?
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