Just curious, most of us send out eMails, with some sort of 'Privacy/Confidentiality' statement, something like:
This eMail message is intened to be read by the addressie only, if you have recieved this message in error, please let us know then delete it. [Don't get hung up on the wording, that's not the point].
I'm guessing that more than 90% of us have that type of statement
positioned at the end of the eMail/message. Isn't that a bit wrong ?
Shouldn't the statement be at the begining of the message, so that it gets read, before the message is read ?
Otherwise the normal reading pattern is to read the actual eMail message first, then read the statement telling you it's private etc.
Anyway, love to hear your comments.
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