The circles in my personal vision of Hell are designated for the likes of car salesmen, the return department at Fry’s, phone and fax telemarketers, and SUV drivers who never signal. And down in the lower regions is a special area reserved for spammers. It occurs to me once
It's not a good look when a translation service spams you in the wrong language (although it's good reading practice for me). This outfit is named Mars Translation (free translation - 火星 is Mars, literally "fire star"). They've been spamming me for years, probably harvested my Google Play developer email
It's not exactly a shocker to get spam from a marketing company. I'm pretty sure I've received spam from this group before, but long enough ago that they're probably doing that "OK, you're unsubscribed, but just for a year, on the chance you might forget you unsubscribed." Setting aside that
A lesson it's taken me too long to learn is not to respond to any email that looks automated. That includes anything starting with "Hey there" Actually, I like Matomo. It's just too expensive, considering I don't care that much who's reading this.