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…
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.