Written: December 2, 2020

Double-check Mass Email before Sending

I just received an email from Banner Bank, a trusted sender where our charitable veterans group does banking. The message today had the familiar Banner Bank logo, came from a bannerbank.com email address, used proper grammar, so looked quite legitimate, but the one thing that had me pause was the greeting:

banbnewusr

Normally, they would address the message with:

Daniel Payne

I imagine that the sender mistyped a field name, and then didn’t run a test before sending out a mass email.

 

Addressed to: banbnewusr
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