Remove the link to our website?!?!
Back in June 2006, I blogged about a Masquerade ball I attended with my girlfriend and briefly mentioned the website I bought our masks from - fancydress.com.
Two years on; early this June I got a strange email from the supposed webmaster of this site. It read as follows:
We have discovered that you are linking to our website, www.fancydress.com, on the following URL:
Please would you remove the link to our website. Will you please confirm by email that you have received this email and the link has been removed.
Angels The Costumiers
1 Garrick Road
London NW9 6AA
switchboard: 020 8202 2244
e: firstname.lastname@example.org mailto:email@example.com
I was perplexed as to why a webmaster would request the removal of a link to his website from my blog. He sent the same email today.
I really can't understand?!? I did not deflame the site neither did I make any complaint about the mask I got from them. This is all I had to say about the site on the post -
I got the masks from fancydress.com a week earlier but still wasn’t sure if I was going.
I have decided not to respond to the email but rather use this post as an avenue to ask the webmaster WHY I should remove my link to his site.