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wurzel
6th August 2008, 10:16
I'vee been getting bombarded with mail from these w***kers for weeks and no matter what I do they just will not go away. I've tried unsubscribing, mailing them, phoning them but all to no avail. Anyone successfully shaken 'em off? Dread to think how much their crap is costing my when I connect to email on my Blackberry.

wurzel
7th August 2008, 11:07
Just wish they'd **** off that's all!:devil

JoJoGabor
7th August 2008, 18:43
Yeah I had the same issue. Its linked to cwjobs.co.uk from memory, so you have to unsubscribe from them, or delete your profile or something. Terrible situation - I tried the unsubscribe link about 20 times

lara
7th August 2008, 18:54
You could always block the originating email address or mark as spam - that was my solution after experiencing the same issues unsubscribing!

TykeMerc
7th August 2008, 18:57
Yup it's CWJobs linked.

I got rid of them by removing all traces there and hitting unsubscribe links on all of the IT jobs and similar related emails over a period.

Every so often they appear to mine the jobsite.co.uk mail lists too.

DiscoStu
7th August 2008, 21:14
Yup it's CWJobs linked.

I got rid of them by removing all traces there and hitting unsubscribe links on all of the IT jobs and similar related emails over a period.

Every so often they appear to mine the jobsite.co.uk mail lists too.

I'm thinking we should locate their office/data centre, go down there mob-handed with a load of axes and destroy anything that looks remotely capable of sending an e-mail.

Churchill
7th August 2008, 21:17
I'm thinking we should locate their office/data centre, go down there mob-handed with a load of axes and destroy anything that looks remotely capable of sending an e-mail.

Their staff should be safe then......

igmc...

:p

Board Game Geek
7th August 2008, 23:34
I had major problems with them refusing to acknowledge my unsubscribe requests, followed by direct emails to them to remove me from their lists, which also failed.

In the end it took an email from a firm of solicitors, requesting them to "cease and desist" harrassing their client.

Worked a treat.