Of course, it’s not easy to immediately identify the owner of all of these codes. A lot of owners share their own trackable codes and are happy about every log they receive. Everybody does it his way.
Please, take the time and randomly check 4 or 5 different codes. If those are from different owners, you can assume that you have one of those unwanted lists in your hands.
In that case, don’t log the codes of this list!
We see certain people do it nevertheless, even including excuses or explicit permission to delete the log if it’s unwanted.
Personally, we don’t know whether to laugh or cry when we see this, because at that time, the damage is done already. Some owners would then have to manually delete hundreds of logs, because unfortunately there’s no nifty mass-deletion tool available.
We hope that we’ve been able to shed some light on this situation.
And even if, by doing this, we violate some of our very own principles and what we are standing for, here are some codes, as a reward. 🙂
We’d love to read individual logs on these trackables, and we reserve ourselves the right to delete logs that, for one or the other reason, we don’t like.
It goes without saying that, of course, you should not share these codes with others.
GTH31E CBYXGD 6QJK0P PHVPGY