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Log in or Sign up. Email Questions. Joined: Oct 23, Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0. My husband just got an email from Match. He got it on his company iphone emails which are on his work computer. Could you please tell me if that means that he was on something that he should not have been on.
He swears that it is just junk mail and that he was not on anything inapropreiate. Please tell me southern girl dating sites he can get these emails, without being on these sites, or is he looking. The truth will be deeply appreiciated. Thank you! Diane TaylorOct 23, Joined: Internet 12, Messages: 8, Likes Received: Hi Diane, This should be easy to figure out if you take a closer look at social anxiety dating reddit swagbucks watch email.
Is the email really from Match. It said Match. I opened it and clicked on something that opened to facebook. He has told me before that he doesn't have a facebook account. It is a company iPhone that is attached to his women seeking men sex hook uos cleveland at work.
Please reply. You don't have to be logged into Facebook to view a page on Facebook. Are the links all match. What's your gut say? Please help me, because I want to believe him, but I have my doubts. Does it mean that he was browsing something, or could that just have happened anyway. You can probably tell that I am not to bright with things like this. Could it have been innocent. Thank you. There isn't enough information for me to comment with any certainty either way.
Do you still have access to the email? No I don't, but I got onto Match adult dating sites floida now on Facebook. I signed in with his email address from work and his dating and I got in. Does that mean that he has an account under his work email dating a distance girl letsrun It said connect with friends. Why was I able to get on under his Email and password?
Did you login with his info or did you accidentally create an account? Is there any indication it's an existing profile vs. You could make a fake profile and send his account a message and see if he replies?
Joined: Oct 26, Messages: 2 Likes Received: 2. A client of mine has made quite a bit of money promoting them via email. The reason I am saying this is because their emails are not all the same. Some emails are "promotional" emails and some are "transactional" emails. I know you said you are not good with this sort of things but take a second to think about this i also read that you don't have the email anymore so just try to remember as best as you can.
This would be a promo email, just like any billboard you see on the high way advertising their company. Your husband doesn't necessarily have to have been on a site he shouldn't have been on.
Email marketers have a tendency of trading email lists and promoting different offers to this data. So your husbands email could have been traded or sold to another email marketer.
And this can be the explanation. Of course I wont lie, there is also the flip side. Some dating sites like Match. Maybe it's time for the account owner to renew their subscription with match. As you can see the two are very different. The promo email could just be a marketing email and like i said it doesn't mean he was browsing some site. The owner of the email has to have signed up via a form or something along those lines for his email to get into the hands of the person that sending the email messages.
Things don't "just" happen. It doesn't work that way. Of course without knowing more info about this email its hard to say. You just have to remember and go into detail about what kind of email it was for us to help you. Last edited by a moderator: Oct 26, Thank you for all the info.
All I can remember is that the email was in his inbox. I opened it up and clicked on it and it said that he could browse 26 singles in Erie Pa. I opened that up and it brought me to Facebook to sign in or up, I can not remember. I confronted him and he said that he has never been on Facebook or Match and was not looking. It is a company iPhone connected to his work computer.
He said that that should have gone to junk mail but that it must have slipped through. I am suspicious because Facebook came up. I think that he might have been on Facebook just browsing when he should not have been. Please answer all this the best that you can. Could he have just been on Facebook for news or sports and still have received an email from Match because he was on Facebook, or would he have had to been directly on Match?
How did they find out where he lived? Would not he have had to enter an area code in order for them to have found singles in his area or can they find out that info anyhow? Thank you and please reply as soon as possible. Diane TaylorOct 28, I think it was just a promotional email. The reason they found out where your husband lives is most likely because YOU clicked on the ad. When you clicked on the ad it fired what is called a tracking pixel.
In layman's terms this is technology used by email marketers. Anytime someone clicks on one of the images in the email is will send a report to the person sending the message. These reports can range anywhere from the geo-location, the IP address, the state, the browser Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer used when clicking on the image and a few other metrics can be recorded as well.
This is fairly common amongst big data marketers. It's a simple marketing tactic. It's called "targeted-marketing" the more targeted it is the more info they have on the person like the location, their preference of singles as in Males, or Females, their age, etc the more likely it is that the person viewing the ad will find it more enticing and will likely sign up for the offer.
So I really think it was a promo email. But like i said you won't really know how that email marketer got the email in the first place. He could have registered on to a different dating site and the marketing division of that dating site used their current customers to promote other related products in this case Match.
Promo emails and transactional emails a quick google of these terms might do a better job at explaining the difference and in the meantime give him the benefit of the doubt. Joined: Oct 29, Messages: 1 Likes Received: 1. I have some experience with Match. I cant guarantee any thing, but. This sounds like a promo. They would not invite him to do so.
Match tends to send notifications that either the ad has been looked at or there has been a reply to the ad. A lot of places have facebook or twitter links as is already mentioned here. It sends you to a facebook page that you can view. But you have to sign on to your email to make the link between them. There have also been instances of people registering friends and co workers and setting up accounts as a juvenile attempt to be cute. Personally I can smell a rat.
If I'm confused about what to believe, I will always chose to believe what makes me happy. Until I am faced with positive proof.
Log in or Dating a polyamorous girl up. Email Questions. Joined: Oct 23, Messages: 6 Likes Received: 0. My husband just got an email from Match. He got it on his company iphone emails which are on his work computer. Could you please tell me if that means that he was on something that he should not have been on. He swears that it is just junk mail and that he was not on anything inapropreiate. Please tell me if he can get these emails, without being on these sites, or is he looking. The truth will be deeply appreiciated.
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