The GAP: clothingstore and megaspammer / 2015-10-12

2015-10-12 The GAP: clothingstore and megaspammer
Someone entered an e-mail address that ends up with me in the spamlist of The GAP. The GAP sends out one or two marketing spam mails per day so this gets irritating quite fast. No verification whether the e-mail address was the right one or interested in these messages.

It seems The GAP does this via exacttarget, where the Exacttarget anti-spam policy says:
You should only receive email from our system from some client of ours that you recognize signing up to receive email from. Our clients certify that all email addresses used in our system are opt-in names that have given permission to the client to send them email.
So I also notified exacttarget.

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