Thank you for sending the information for my new account to me in clear text. It’s good to know you’re not remotely serious about protecting my personal information from being compromised.
Fortunately I a) did not mis-type my e-mail address when giving it to you, or b) have my e-mail account accessed by a third party, so my username and password did not wind up in someone else’s hands.
Sheesh. In this day and, you’d think anyone who runs any kind of network service would know better than to send passwords and login information together like that, with no encryption or verification.
But then, I’ve seen network servers that have their root password set to “password,” so I guess security is not an issue on everyone’s mind.