My first Everyday Rewards junk mail

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Everyday Rewards Spam

Remember almost one month ago to this day I registered for a Woolworths Everyday Rewards loyalty card? My primary reason was so I could present the card when I shop at my local Woolies here in Mawson Lakes so the check out folks wouldn't ever ask me if I had one ever again, and to that end its been a huge success!

Turns out I should have been more cautious after all, this morning I got my first spam message from them, and unfortunately even after reading the whooping 23 lines of fine print at the bottom of the message I see no way to unsubscribe. I suspect the only way would be to cancel my account.

I guess it's just transferring the irritation from people asking me for that card over to the realm of electronic junk mail. I'll admit it's an improvement, but not exactly what I was looking for.

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