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Topic # 119002 16-May-2013 18:35
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Anyone else feeling that PBTech newsletter frequency is starting to be a little "spammy"

2-3 emails a day it feels like with offers...

calm it down PBtech... your prices are decent without offers.




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  Reply # 820727 16-May-2013 18:41
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I know. Don't know who is worse now. Briscoes or PBTech with their 'sales'




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  Reply # 820732 16-May-2013 18:45
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If I was getting that many emails, it would quickly be unsubscribed. One a week is more like it.

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  Reply # 820744 16-May-2013 18:57
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Shindig: Anyone else feeling that PBTech newsletter frequency is starting to be a little "spammy"

2-3 emails a day it feels like with offers...

calm it down PBtech... your prices are decent without offers .


No I disagree, please keep the discounts coming! :D I am yet to see a decent price that can't be improved by a discount.

Just maybe not the frequency of emails. I must admit I thought the frenzy this week was because of their 20th birthday.

If it doesn't drop back to once a week (in a normal week) with a heads-up about the coming weekend's specials, then I will probably unsubscribe.




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