Not only has the company been fighting to tame it's E-mail inbox, it's battling accusations that the incident actually is of its own design, an effort to create an E-mail database. (The company says it did no such thing.) So Veuve Clicquot plans to fight fire with fire. It's preparing to launch its own E-mail campaign--opt-in, of course--for the 3,000 members of its online club. The E-mails will promise more realistic rewards, such as updates on the company and links to games and prizes on its Web site.
NewsWill nothing stop these noxious Internet scalawags? Tony champagne maker Veuve Clicquot is suffering from a fraudulent E-mail campaign that's overstuffing its inbox. The problem is a fake message circulating the Internet that promises a case of bubbly to anyone who forwards the E-mail to 10 friends and copies Veuve Clicquot.
Pop The Cork On Another Internet Myth!
Veuve Clicquot gets bushwhacked by E-mail hoax.