Tired Of Getting Spam Emails? Block These 15 Companies That Sent The Most Spam Last Year


Spam emails are the absolute WORST. I dread few things as much as checking out at J.Crew and the person behind the counter hounding me for my email address so they can send me fifteen emails before I wake up the next day. I’m a non-confrontational person so I usually just give them my boss’ email address, because why not? Also, you know what’s worse than you inbox getting flooded with spam from our nation’s biggest companies? When you unsubscribe to those emails and they send you ANOTHER fucking email to tell you that you’ve been unsubscribed, like they’re trying to get the last word in an argument or some shit like that.

Anyways, I despise spam emails and I’m guessing you bros do too. That’s why I’m sharing this list with you bros of the 15 companies that sent the most spam emails last year, this way you know to NEVER give them your email address and/or block them from your inbox. This list came to me by way of Business Insider who got it from Unroll.me, the app that automatically kills all the obnoxious spam emails you’ve accidentally signed up for in the past. So here they are, the 15 companies that send the most spam emails (in 2015):

Top 15 Companies That Sent The Most Spam Emails In 2015

1. Groupon – 388 emails sent on avg per user

2. LivingSocial – 363 emails sent on avg per user

3. Facebook – 310 emails sent on avg per user

4. Meetup – 199 emails sent on avg per user

5. J. Crew – 175 emails sent on avg per user

6. Twitter – 173 emails sent on avg per user

7. Victoria’s Secret – 160 emails sent on avg per user

8. LinkedIn – 157 emails sent on avg per user

9. Gilt – 155 emails sent on avg per user

10. Kohls – 154 emails sent on avg per user

11. Banana Republic – 145 emails sent on avg per user

12. Gap – 139 emails sent on avg per user

13. Old Navy – 137 emails sent on avg per user

14. Bed Bath & Beyond – 135 emails sent on avg per user

15.Target – 120 emails sent on avg per user

So the thing that kills me about this list is the companies who spam us the most are ones that also provide value via those spam emails. Sure, Facebook emails are fucking pointless and they should never EVER email you under any circumstances. But Bed Bath & Beyond and the others hook you up with a ton of valuable coupons if you stay subscribed, so it’s like a necessary evil.

Frankly, I’d rather be receiving their spam via snail mail so I could just toss it in the garbage whenever it wasn’t a coupon, but that would of course destroy the rainforest and all that other shit.

Moving on, if you’d like to also see the list of the ’15 most unsubscribed’ email lists with StumbleUpon coming in at #1 (can you believe they still exist??) then you can CLICK HERE to head on over to Business Insider!