Sky's Stephen Butterly is a one-man rainforest killing machine
Avid Bitterwallet reader Kevin is so avid, he borders on what we might consider a rabid Bitterwallet reader. The line of distinction is a fine one, so let's call Kevin an avidly rabid reader. Or a rabidly avid one. Whatever.
Kevin lives in an apartment block and already drinks from the demon cup of Murdoch, stumping up his monthly subs for Sky. This is apparently not enough for Sky, who seem hellbent in carpet bombing him into taking a second subscription, despite the fact he is already a paying customer.
It's not only irritating, it's destroying the plant, according to Kevin:
We've all seen ads for Sky TV's Rainforest Rescue, trying to raise money to save the rainforest. Unfortunately they don't seem to practice what they preach.
Since signing up to them, I've received FIVE letters from them, but not a bill, or a direct debit mandate or anything like that. Every time it's been a standardised letter, to tell me that Sky TV is available in my apartment block, and inviting me to sign up, for a service I already have.
So they've wasted five envelopes and ten sheets of paper (a letter and a leaflet each time). How many customers are they doing this to? So much for the rainforest.
Stephen Butterly, are you aware your junk mail is destroying an area of rainforest the size of Wales every year? When you could just destroy Wales and have done with it? You brute.