Moda let’s us know who is interested

Last week Moda sent out an e-mail and in doing so they revealed who is all on their mailing list. Mike blogs about it here, Moda Condos: How To Piss Off 1086 People With 1 Click:

I had filled out a form several weeks ago at the Moda website indicating I was interested in some information about the place.

To my shock, THE CC: FIELD IN THE MESSAGE EXPOSED ALL 1086 NAMES AND E-MAIL ADDRESSES FROM THE LIST.

Mike speculates how much this list might be worth. I know several agents and marketing firms rep read this blog, how much are qualified leads worth? I know I was tempted to e-mail everyone and let them know about urbnlivn :).

Update: Moda has learned to use BCC and has apologized:

We apologize sincerely for any inconvenience caused by the email sent from Moda Condominiums last Friday, October 6th, which inadvertently published your email address to the other recipients of the email.

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Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts, floating homes and mid-century moderns.

For years Matt resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be an executive in the startup world but he recently caved in the spring of 2014 and became an agent.

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  • http://michelle-and-huy.com Huy

    And it has already begun…

    I just recieved an email from Geoff George of Axis Financial, using the Moda mailing list, offering his services for all prospective Moda purchasers…

  • http://michelle-and-huy.com Huy

    And it has already begun…

    I just recieved an email from Geoff George of Axis Financial, using the Moda mailing list, offering his services for all prospective Moda purchasers…

  • jo

    I’ve had this happen with Williams Marketing projects sevral times, not nearly that large of a number (maybe 200 at most).

    When will these agents learn.

  • jo

    I’ve had this happen with Williams Marketing projects sevral times, not nearly that large of a number (maybe 200 at most).

    When will these agents learn.