Matchstick, please stop the spam

Matchstick is a promotions company, one that gives bloggers tech toys to play with in the hopes of them blogging about the experience and thus getting readers to buy their stuff. Some of us, including myself, took them up on their offer of a Nokia cell phone last summer [mbv] and they’ve been trying to recruit local bloggers to try out yet another failed Samsung MP3 player that’s half iPod copy and half DRM cage.

I turned them down this time around, as I think did some others. Today Yvonne from Matchstick seems to have spent most of her working day spamming our comments. The first time I asked her to stop but the same message kept appearing again and again. So now I’ll be clear, since I’m assuming you’re not a spam bot Yvonne, stop using our comments to advertise.

Thank you.

2 Comments so far

  1. yvonne (unregistered) on November 29th, 2007 @ 7:19 pm

    must spam. zzeeeebop. click. click. must spam. Buy our crap…

    haha no its not her, though it would be funny if it was.


  2. yvonne (unregistered) on November 29th, 2007 @ 7:19 pm

    must spam. zzeeeebop. click. click. must spam. Buy our crap…

    haha no its not her, though it would be funny if it was.



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