Shutterfly Sends Apology For E-Mail Celebrating Imaginary Babies

Shutterfly Sends Apology For E-Mail Celebrating Imaginary Babies

Apparently unable to send out more than one e-mail per day, printing company Shutterfly sent out an apology this morning for yesterday’s mailing. That marketing blast congratulated what appears to be their entire mailing list on their new babies. This confused many people who have older kids or no children at all, but was deeply upsetting to recipients currently dealing with infertility or mourning a miscarriage. [More]

Shutterfly Congratulates Everyone On Arrival Of Nonexistent Babies

Shutterfly Congratulates Everyone On Arrival Of Nonexistent Babies

This morning, an unknown number of people received an e-mail from photo-printing site Shutterfly congratulating them on their new babies. The problem is that most of these people don’t have fresh new babies at home, and aren’t expecting. Many of them have no kids at all. While most were probably able to laugh it off as a weird mistake, plenty of recipients weren’t. [More]