• serena56

    (@serena56)


    Once you give them access to your WordPress panel or you give them your email because you want information about their services, you can´t get rid of them. The amount of emails and notifications it´s incessant, all because they want you to give them your credit card info. If the service is “free”, why you need credit card numbers and code to just create an account? SCAM. Honestly it feels like spam and virus shit, if you are a legitimate business please respect your self and stop harassing potential clients.

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  • Plugin Support Siera

    (@stuttle)

    Thanks for letting us know you’d like to dismiss some of our reminders, @serena56. It sounds like you’re getting our emails checking in to see if something went wrong while signing up.

    When someone starts to sign-up for OptinMonster and doesn’t finish, we reach out to see if there was an issue. Then we can lend a hand if needed. However, you can unsubscribe from those messages and any of our email updates at any point in time. To do so, click the Unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of the emails you receive.

    You can also dismiss the reminders within the OptinMonster for the WordPress plugin. They typically have a close button at the top right.

    If you still feel like you’re getting too many reminders, please reach out to our support team. We’d be happy to review your account and see what we can do.

    I do hope this helps, and thank you again for trying OptinMonster out. Good luck with your future endeavors!

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