Vakkotaur (vakkotaur) wrote,
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It finally happened.


I got an e-mail, sent to the ACME Delivery rep address, asking for a price quote on what appears to be a real delivery item: a fancy home cinema system that someone wants moved from Point A to Point B. Assuming it is serious and not someone having fun doing a gag with my own gag, I sent back a polite reply explaining that the site is a joke, pointing out the image gallery, and suggesting a couple (apparently more real) delivery companies that happen to use the ACME name.

I do wonder, if this is serious, just how it happened. I thought it was pretty obvious that ACME Delivery wasn't really real, even if I do try to give it a veneer of near-reality. The rep address is not a clickable link, nor even simple text. The sender had to view an image and type the address.

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