Anyone who knows me knows that I love, love, love network marketing. Yesterday my business email was spammed with an MLM opportunity. It’s all good I don’t report it as spam – I just reply with a nice email – at least I thought it was nice.
Start of my response:
Thanks for the email.
I am currently busy, busy, busy working with over 30 clients for my web marketing and digital marketing business.
I also have http://pinkslimrocks.com – I’ve lost 26 pounds on it- it really works.
Oh yeah and http://savingtocruise.com – wowsa what an opportunity this is.
And well let’s not forget everybody should be using this one – for their clients and/or customers http://winningwithcards.com
As you can see I am super, super busy; however, I do appreciate the email.
End of my response
Response received – this morning when I checked my inbox
I’m sorry you don’t realize that this approach is wrong and won’t attract many, if any!
I am considered an expert in MLM and Marketing. I’ve been full-time, and at the top for 25+ years, built organizations of over 250,000 paid downline members and I could go on.
Best of luck! But I’m here if you ever really want to learn from them best and not have to be so busy, busy, busy working! No one wants that!
End of response
My reply this morning
I do realize that I didn’t sign up to receive email from you – as this email is NEVER used for money making opportunities.
Your approach is what is wrong. Where did you get my email to send me an MLM opportunity. Sending unsolicited email is an amateur move for any network marketer and considered spam.
Because you spammed my inbox – I thought it okay to spam yours.
I love network marketing and have for many years.
Busy busy working doing something you love is not considered work – no matter if it’s as an owner of an SEO agency or as a rising star in MLM.
I wish you much success in your venture. As I said I love network marketing.
Have a great day.
Okay that was fun!
Do you have an inbox spam story? And a unique response?
I’d love to hear it.