Improper insert


Below is text that I cut and pasted from my recent Staffordshire Toby pitcher ad. From where did this appear? It has nothing to do with me; and it did not appear in my ad depicting historic ladies' purses.


"We are excited that you have subscribed to our email community! Throughout the year we will be sending you the latest [MARKET TRENDS, PROPERTY LISTINGS, MAINTENANCE TIPS, ETC.] to keep you in the know and try to make your life simpler.


"Are you ready for some valuable information right now? [DOWNLOAD LATEST MARKET REPORT, THINGS TO DO IN REGION, ETC.]"




Hi @ScottF889 ,


I certainly apologize that this text appeared where it was not supposed to. Would you mind providing a bit more information so that we can further troubleshoot? Was this text located in an email campaign you sent out, or a social advertisement through Google/FB, etc.? Do you have screenshots of the issue? If so, are you able to send those to us in an email at social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com  so that we can take a peek at those? 

Amanda G.
Community & Social Care
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