Thanks Paperchase, for ignoring my complaint but spamming anyway
Remember? Do you? Yes, you do? Good. You remember when we made an example of Paperchase for creating an artificially similar representation of another artist's work? Yes? Good. Here's avid Bitterwallet reader's Ben take on it all:
During the initial revealing of that story, I filled in a webform on Paperchase's website to complain. I have only ever contacted them once, using that webform - the only way they would allow communication with them at the time - and only ever to register my dissatisfaction. They handled that episode horribly and I said that I wouldn't shop from them again. Even after their public apology,
I didn't think to purchase from them again.
I never received a reply.
Eight months later, what I did receive this afternoon was the marketing email below:
What the service providers have done to Ben is (and tens of thousands of others, perhaps) is take their email addresses, ignore their complaints, and instead added them to their marketing list to try and sell more shit to. Props!