Manisha sold you off for Rs 999!

How many of you enjoy receiving marketing calls on your phones and sales brochures in your email? We fight with a lot of parties for the privacy violations, right? You know who the culprit is? It’s Manisha! 🙂

I received this email and couldn’t wait to share it for everyone. I know I’m violating the ‘disclaimer’ included at the end of the email but look at this email! Awesome packages and offers too! 🙂

———- Email message ———-
From: Manisha <>
Date: Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 5:05 PM
Subject: E-mail Id Database @ Rs.999
To: Vivekananda Kadukuntla

*Email Id Database @ Rs. **999**/- Only for E-mail Marketing*

5 Lakhs IT People Email Id Database

(Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore)
(IT Employee Ids)

FREE 10 Lakhs Indian people Email id Database

(Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore,Noida, Pune,
 Kolkatta, Chandigarh, Lucknow, Jaipur and etc.,)

FREE 50 Lakhs worldwide Email id.

(Gmail, yahoo, hotmail, AOL and Etc.,)

FREE Bonus Email Ids 

NRI ids, Indian Hotel Ids, Doctors, Engineers, Corporate,
Young People, Blue Chip Companies, job seekers

Free Items

 We are offering 4 Free ITEMS along with our email database pack

 1. 10 Lakhs Indian people Email id Database

a. 8.5 Lakhs Email ids of Individuals – India.
b. 1.5 Lakhs Email ids of Corporate Companies – India.

2. 50 Lakhs worldwide Email id Includes

a.     Gmail IDs
b.    Yahoo IDs
c.      Hotmail IDs
 d.     AOL IDs & Etc.,

3. Bonus Email Ids includes

a. NRI ids
 b. Indian Hotel Ids
c. Doctors
d. Engineers
e. Corporate
f. Young People
g. Blue Chip Companies
h. Restaurants
i. Gulf

Warm Regards,

Online Sales Head
INFOSHERITAGE –All IT Services Under One Roof.
Mobile: +91 9784924556, +919950593060

Web Hosting, Application Hosting, Website Design & Development, Database Design & Implementation & Search Engine Optimization, Bulk SMS & SMS Gateway, Payment Gateway, Software Development

This message contains confidential information and is intended only for the individual named. If you are not the named addressee you should not disseminate, distribute or copy this e-mail. Please notify the sender immediately by e-mail if you have received this e-mail by mistake and delete this e-mail from your system. E-mail transmission cannot be guaranteed to be secured or error-free as information could be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, arrive late or incomplete, or contain viruses. The sender therefore does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents of this message, which arise as a result of e-mail transmission. If verification is required please request a hard-copy version.


It’s very common to include a disclaimer in an email sent from a corporate domain. Well, the main reason is legal, just in case (apart from other reasons which I am barely aware of). I found this one in a similar context, a very generic one. Most corporates use one very similar to this, if not the same:

disclaimerThis email is sent in confidence for the addressee only. Unauthorized recipients must preserve this confidentiality and should please advise the sender immediately by returning the original email to us without reading it, taking a copy or disclosing it to anyone else. Please also destroy and delete the email from your computer.

However, I couldn’t stop thinking about the ‘common sense’ in using something like this. This is included at the bottom of the email, which means, by the time this is read, the recipient DID read the complete message. And yet the disclaimer includes: “…by returning the original email to us without reading it…”

By the way, I do it too! Adding to the irony, font size reduced to 80% of the email text size. Man, this is a funny world we’re in!