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For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).

Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Well house is strong - confirmed?

Graham

Yes - hello

RE: A new industry report has rated your company as STRONG

... yyyyes? good! It is strong ;-) ...

Your company is one of only 114 in the UK Care Homes industry getting it right. A new study for 2011 has just been completed that analyzes emerging threats and opportunities in this evolving market and will help you to remain one step ahead of the rest.

Err ... but ... we're not in the UK Care Homes Industry. So on that basis I suppose we're doing nothing wrong!

The Plimsoll Analysis   [82][ac] •Ü Care Homes will tell you everything you need to know to benefit from an uncertain market. Each of the top 500 companies that operate in your specialist market has been individually assessed to provide a clear overview of their latest performance.

I wonder how many of the 500 aren't care homes at all ... we're a hotel, and we're a training centre. Perhaps there are a couple of transport cafes, a toy shop, and the odd airport operator in there too? Should make for some wonderfully wrong conclusions!

[Snip]

This brand new report is priced £350+VAT for a PDF version. As current market conditions are changing rapidly, we will be issuing an updated edition of this report in July 2011. Order today to receive both editions for the price of one- £350+VAT.

Ah ... now we're getting to what you really want, our money! We've become a strong company by carefully staying on track, providing an excellent service, and not diversifying beyond what we can enjoy and handle. We spend very little on sales and marketing, believing that our existing customer base should be our ambassadors, and they deserve best prices and not an inflated cost based on our desire to spend a loada dosh on reports of clearly questionable value.

To order, simply reply to my email and provide your address for invoicing. I will arrange for despatch and invoicing of the report.

Clair Sherwood-Parkin

Sorry Clair, no way. I suspect that your business is as weak as we are strong, based on its need to send out unsolicited bulk emails (thanks for the second copy, by the way!) to try to raise revenue.




Just occasionally, at the end of a long day, it's fun to have a look through a few spams and be amused!
(written 2011-02-11, updated 2011-02-19)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
G909 - Well House Consultants - Spam, Spamming and Spammers
  [259] Responding to spam - (2005-03-27)
  [268] Information request forms, cleaning up spam - (2005-04-05)
  [276] An apology to Mr Boneparte - (2005-04-11)
  [338] OO techniques are hard to teach - (2005-06-06)
  [347] Frightening and from-friend viruses and spams - (2005-06-14)
  [417] Telephone Preference Service - we're registered - (2005-08-17)
  [495] More spam - a success story - (2005-11-13)
  [872] Email metrics - (2006-09-20)
  [1037] Impact Engineering and Backscatter - (2007-01-16)
  [1115] Unexpected visitors to our site - (2007-03-22)
  [1523] Ive just received an email from myself. Should I be worried? - (2008-01-29)
  [1532] Comment spam blocked. Please comment via Forums - (2008-02-05)
  [1763] Co-operating to save, yet we dont - (2008-08-21)
  [1817] Marc Schneider is still having email trouble - (2008-09-30)
  [1978] From spam to mod_alias - finding resources - (2009-01-05)
  [2019] Baby Caleb and Fortune City in your web logs? - (2009-01-31)
  [2177] Preventing forum spam - checks at sign up - (2009-05-12)
  [2179] Offers that I can refuse - (2009-05-12)
  [2276] Who is Marc Schneider of Multilingual Search Engine Optimization Inc - (2009-07-10)
  [2398] Websitemediasolution and a goldfish called Carl Johnson - (2009-09-06)
  [2697] Email metrics and filtering - (2010-03-28)
  [2884] Hotlinked images onto adult material sites - (2010-07-23)
  [3016] The legal considerations of your web presence - revisited - (2010-10-26)
  [3190] What do the following web sites have in common? - (2011-03-03)
  [3316] Twitter Phishing Trips ... and a great new alert service - (2011-06-04)
  [3352] World Trade Register - Certainly NOT worth 2985 Euros. - (2011-07-09)
  [3506] Cold call contacts - preference services and turning off spam sales approaches - (2011-11-03)
  [3661] Keeping forum and blog comments clean - (2012-03-19)
  [3910] Identifying your real customers and keeping them well informed fast - (2012-11-02)
  [3912] Sand to Arabia, Coals to Newcastle or Woodburners to Russia - (2012-11-04)
  [3946] Moving from a warning system to a control system - PHP, forum spammers - (2012-12-07)
  [4135] Introducing your product to Well House Consultants - single, personally tuned email please - (2013-07-08)
  [4315] Welcoming genuine forum posters quickly - but turning away off topic advertisers - (2014-11-16)
  [4520] No cold sales calls please - but delighted to hear from others! - (2015-09-29)


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