(RNN) – Amazon sent out scads of emails to people who are not expecting babies telling them that somebody had bought them a gift off their baby registry.
The email looked like a phishing attack with a generic photo of a crawling baby and beginning with the impersonal salutation: “Hello, Amazon Customer.”
It was actually from Amazon, but only because of a computer glitch. The company responded with a canned statement apologizing for any confusion that may have been caused by the error.
It did spawn a few hilarious email responses, though.
Amazon just informed me that someone has purchased a gift from my baby registry. My baby is 21, and hopes it's a keg.
— Karen Tumulty (@ktumulty) September 19, 2017
That awkward moment when Amazon says someone bought you a gift from your baby registry that you def don't have bc you're def not pregnant pic.twitter.com/p2PRM6sDIq
— Anna Norris (@itsannacorinne) September 19, 2017
Got an email from @amazon saying that someone bought a gift from my baby registry??? I am not planning to uphold my end of this bargain FYI
— Julia Azari (@julia_azari) September 19, 2017
What a shock—we're getting a new addition to our household! Thanks, Amazon's Baby Registry service. I'll go tell my wife the exciting news.?? pic.twitter.com/PMQT2MwU3G
— Bart King (@BartKing) September 20, 2017
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