According to the customer service rep at Air Canada, the airline does not spam.
So if you book a flight from Toronto to Montreal and then to Fredericton, and give AC an email address, then you can expect to start paying to receive their ads for flights that you never take, don’t care about, but get added to your mobile data charges.
Just click unsubscribe. Oops, that’s broken.
OK – then log into your account and uncheck the ‘let me pay to receive your advertising’ option that nobody here checked to begin with. Oops, you don’t have an account.
According to the customer service rep at Air Canada, that email you’re seeing is not spam because Air Canada does not spam.
Simple. Clear. And obviously BS.
And when the BS doesn’t work, just hang up. There. Fixed.
I’m back on Air Canada this week. It’s either Air Canada or the Trans-Canada Highway to get in and out of this provincial capitol. So should have lots of time to share how this unfolds.
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