Just today I got an email from a marketer who used a lot of breaks into his email, right at the end, to make the unsubscribe link not so accessible. I reported this behavior to Aweber, and they were thrilled that I did it. They said they'll pass it on to the "Best Practices" department or something like that.
But for that, they require you to forward them the original email, complete with headers to email@example.com
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Simply forwarding it won't cut it, so please make sure you do it right.
Unfortunately, this marketer doesn't use English, so I couldn't point out other things, such as bait-and-switch lines and perhaps even lies. (When someone says you can get their product for free for 30 days, only to find out that you have to buy it first and if unsatisfied, you'll get your money back, not to mention using breaks at the end of the email, then my natural reaction to "I re-opened the offer because I got a lot of emails from people who were in vacation who wanted the product" is: that's a lie.)
Now, why did I do it? Because this affects us all, Aweber clients: personally, I know that I have to scroll to the bottom to click on that link to escape, but the average person doesn't, and he's more likely to click the "Report spam" button instead, driving down AWeber deliverability rates.
I don't want this, and you, an Aweber client, don't want this as well. So let's give them a hand, because seriously, we're ultimately helping us out.