Recent email titled 'You are invited to discover your 's wedding anniversary!'
Here is what the email says:
We've compiled life events of your to commemorate anniversary.
This is a very badly worded email where we're not told WHOSE wedding anniversary we should look at. Our grandma's? Our spouse's? Our non-existent own wedding anniversary? I spent about 10 minutes trying to figure out if my account got stolen because I have no wedding anniversary to celebrate and the email implied I should be celebrating one and frankly, the wording implies I should be celebrating my non-existent own anniversary.
Not everyone is married. Lots of my ancestors were single individuals. I wonder if you thought about what it implies to single individuals who receive this email with no indicator of what you are supposed to be looking at and they don't have weddings or anniversaries to celebrate? I would recommend being very careful sending these kind of blast emails where the system isn't picking up data. The recipient could misconstrue the information and find it highly insensitive and offensive. I've turned off my email notifications from family search so that I stop receiving this kind of message.