Hyundai Email Harassment

I own a Hyundai. I bought it in June of 2008. I have been completely happy with my Hyundai, but I do have to say…

Hyundai SUCKS.

They continually bombard me with email, trying to sell me a new car.

I have used their removal form dozens of times to try to get them to stop harassing me. It doesn’t work.

In January, I contacted Hyundai Consumer Affairs (Case #3797010). After politely informing them that I would not give them any personal information as they requested, beyond my email address– nice attempt to get more data from me– I was assured that I would not receive any future email from them. If only that were true.

I have since received eight email from them. I am sick of it.

If you buy a Hyundai– and I recommend you do if you are looking for a car– give them a fake email address. If you are getting service on your Hyundai, give them a fake email address.

If you don’t, you will NEVER get off the Hyundai-sucks-and-harasses-their-customers email marketing list.

If anyone from Hyundai reads this and wishes to address their pathetic opt-out system, or their overly-aggressive email marketing, feel free to comment below. Be sure to include a phone number so I may contact you because, as you can guess, there is no way I am giving you my email address.

That is all.

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  1. A complaint to Hyundai Company:
    I’m Mr.Safa Tobal from Syria,Lattakia city.
    In 14/7/2008 I bought a Hyundai I10 car, the frame’s number: 053448, the motor’s number: 392743.
    And after thinking about the best I didn’t find anything better than buying the famous and the good car Hyundai.
    But after two years from buying the car and because of an accident I needed spare parts for example (The floodlight carrier).
    And when I decided to buy it, I didn’t find it in brokers’ shops and neither in Syria.
    In addition, the car has been out of action since fifteen days because its spare parts are unavailable in Syria and that causes me material damages.
    And I’m looking forward to fixing this problem for Hyundai Company’s credit and not to make write about the company in the newspapers.
    Thanks.

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