And after having hit "Unsubscribe" after receiving the newsletter announcing the Northern Inferno release, I've just received the newsletter announcing the new Barbarossa game. How about dying in a fire, Slitherine? Can I persuade you to do that?
EDIT: The funny thing is, I was actually considering buying this game. I liked the concept. However, your amateurish approach to marketing, at least as pertains to your insipid newsletter has overridden my liking of the concept. It took some doing, but you've actually bungled your way out of a sale.
Like I have told you previously please contact us at support[at]slitherine.co.uk with your email address and we will remove you from all the mailing lists.
Not to tell you how to do business, but if I have to contact your customer service to be removed from your mailing list I wont. And will instead swear you don't either know what you're doing or you're too lazy, greedy or whatever. That is to say please contact whoever is responsible for not having a simple working link to unsubscribe and have them fix it. It will save you time and resources in the future as well as customers.
I mean I don't need to contact the customer service to be added to the mailing list, why do I need to contact it to be removed?
Hear Hear!! good post. I'm the same way. Why do I have to contact them to get removed when I didn't have to contact them to get those newsletters sent in the first place.
Why do companies think they can do whatever the hell they like at our expense?