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  1. MercuryPDX says:

    I got that this morning. I was confused when:

    1. Hotmail flagged it as junk, but not a phishing scam.
    2. The links were legitimate.
    3. They had the correct last 4 digits of the account, but the name was “Donna Robinson”.

    I flagged it as Phishing and moved on.

  2. B says:

    Well, 80% is 30% more than I would have guessed. Go Sears!

  3. B says:

    Look on the bright side, at least Sears didn’t send out emails to all their customers with the Salutation “Dear Shitface”

  4. MercuryPDX says:

    @MercuryPDX: And lo and behold, I check and I too got the “Sorry we called you Donna” email too.

  5. midwestkel says:

    At least that got one person right instead of everybody. I wonder if Donna got an email like this:

    We recently discovered that the email we sent to you incorrectly contained the salutation “Dear Donna Robinson” rather than “Dear Donna Robinson”. We apologize for the confusion this may have caused and want to assure you that the email is a legitimate Sears card email.

  6. MercuryPDX says:

    @midwestkel: “A stopped clock is right twice a day.” eh?

  7. Skankingmike says:

    @midwestkel: I got one TOO, same name.

    HAHA too funny

    I never use the card but they keep harassing me. I should cancel it one day.

  8. fostina1 says:

    i got it too same name but i never received the first one with the $25 promo.

  9. TheMattSmith says:

    Why is Chuck Klosterman in that picture?

  10. MoreIceCream says:

    I am hoping Donna pays my bill.

  11. erica.blog says:

    @midwestkel: Oddly, I know a Donna Robinson, and she may well have a Sears card. I must ask her about this :D

  12. marsneedsrabbits says:

    So, Sears sends credit card offers in email?

    Does any other company ever do this?