Sometimes I feel like I’m too good for this world. I could perhaps make more money from it if I issued more warnings of my own. But I’d rather help people do better. This is also the case in the current case via LinkedIn:
XXXX sent the following message at 03:33.
I hope it’s ok if I add you to my contacts. We’re about to significantly change the Berlin Coffee Ecosystem and I’d love you to sit in the front row 😉
Marian Hartel sent the following message at 07:01.
And sell me what with automated linkedin contacts? 🙂
XXX sent the following message at 13:48.
Selling not necessarily – but of course we want to have as big an audience as possible for our coffee revolution 😉
And my “automation” is called brave working student 🙂
Marian Hartel sent the following message at 13:58.
Well then. I can’t help you there. Unfortunately, only with the question whether such a contact, completely incoherent, would not be equivalent to a spam mail and whether XXX AG itself would have to answer for the poor working student’s mistakes 😉
XXX sent the following message at 14:01.
I take it from this that you’re not interested in a coffee Spotify in Berlin? Gladly take note and apologize for the contact request.
Marian Hartel sent the following message at 14:03.
No, but I would be really careful with it and – another free advice from the IP lawyer, I wouldn’t advertise with coffee Spotify either!
XXX sent the following message at 14:08.
Thanks 🙂 That was also more of a spontaneous bridge, but I agree with you…. if possible do not open unnecessary flanks.
Now my clients and/or readers have also learned something again!