Has anyone else have topics slip through the email cracks, (i.e get lost in cyberspace)?
I am supposed to be subscribed to 'Staples' alerts, but for the past several days (weeks?) several postings have been made that did not alert me. I have not made changes to subscriptions in a very long time, and I just confirmed that I am still subscribed to the alert. Any thoughts?
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posted: Jan. 28, 2013 @ 9:13p
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posted: Jan. 28, 2013 @ 9:47p
I am getting all alert emails including one for this topic.
posted: Jan. 29, 2013 @ 12:35a
I noticed this also. I have no ideal how or why.
posted: Jan. 29, 2013 @ 2:59a
Hey dazviking, thanks for bringing this to our attention. I have sent a notification to look into this. rbsolanki and Imjusthappytobehere, are the alerts unwanted? Since Staples is mentioned in this thread, anyone w/ topic alerts for Staples should get a notification if they have "FatWallet" selected as one of the forums for the alert. You ought to be able to adjust the alerts in your account settings, tools and alerts, My Topic Alerts.
posted: Jan. 29, 2013 @ 5:53a
I did not get an alert for this topic (and I do get alerts for Staples topics I start), BUT the only forum I had in "My Topic Alerts" was hot deals. That said, I believe I have received alerts for Staples "Deal Discussions" in the past.
Thanks for looking into this Wemic, and rest of FW staff.
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