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Weird Emails

By 14th November 2006One Comment

We get over a hundred emails a day into our ‘helpdesk’ system, with the odd link exchange request thrown in. However, this one today must be one of the oddest:


I’m emailing you today to request a link exchange between our website and yours.
I found your website by searching Google for Nail Fungus. I think our
websites have a similar theme to your’s, so I am interested in exchanging links.

I was wondering if you would like to trade links with my Nail Fungus Website.

If interested please send me the Title, URL and Description of your website or the HTML
code, so that I can put them on my website of same category and in return you will provide
link from Your website .

Below given are the sites you have to link:
Site Title: Cure Toe Nail Fungus


Desc: Get Rid of Nail Fungus Naturally

Alternately, you may like to add the following code to your links page:-
Cure Toe Nail Fungus
Get Rid of Nail Fungus Naturally

Upon receiving the Title, URL and Description of your website or the HTML code, I will
promptly provide link back to your site.
Please, let me know if you have any questions or comments.Looking forward for a positive response.

Thanks, Team

Disclaimer Notice: To discontinue mailings, reply to this email with subject “UNSUBSCRIBE”.
Your privacy is important to us and we will not contact you again if you are not interested
for such offer.

Ugh! Somehow I think there must be a glitch in their bulk emailing engine! How they found us for searching ‘Google for nail fungus’ is beyond me. The irony is that now I have written this post, we will now rank for nail fungus.

One Comment

  • Andy says:

    Just ignore it – it’s not from a human. It’s an automated posting from some lowlife company trying to make money out of boosting their clients Google rankings. Do not respond to it – remove it from your forum and then Google for ways to prevent it happening again!