I got this email today from someone I’ve done business with. I’ve removed all identifying information, changing the real company’s name to “company.” If you have a long email disclaimer, ask yourself, why? And please read Seth Godin’s Email Checklist.
This e-mail is confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, you must not disclose or use the information contained in it. If you have received this e-mail in error, please tell us immediately by return e-mail to [email protected] and delete the document.
E-mails containing unprofessional, discourteous or offensive remarks violate Company policy. You may report employee violations by forwarding the message to [email protected].
No recipient may use the information in this e-mail in violation of any civil or criminal statute. Company disclaims all liability for any unauthorized uses of this e-mail or its contents.
This e-mail constitutes neither an offer nor an acceptance of any offer. No contract may be entered into by a Company employee without express approval from an authorized Company manager.
Warning: Computer viruses can be transmitted via e-mail. Company accepts no liability or responsibility for any damage caused by any virus transmitted with this e-mail.
ROFLOL! Yes, why indeed? Insane!
FYI – there’s a little identifying information in the mailto: links themselves.
Also, the virus warning is comical.
Good catch, made the change, thanks!