Unless you’ve been the victim of number 2, you may not realize how annoying it is.
And don’t allow your users to do anything of significance on your site until they have responded to…
Tim Bell

I have two “special persons” who hand out my email address like it’s candy on Halloween. It took nearly TEN YEARS (from the inaugural date of gmail until a few months ago) to figure out who they were and contact them to tell them to STOP.

And, believe it or not, someone too dumb to put in the correct email address is likely too dumb to stop using the incorrect email address even when you reach out and tell them to knock it off.

It is so incredibly frustrating when someone else repeatedly, continually, over a long period of time, gives out your address as their own.

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