Wild Justice website up and running again

After a day and a bit of being off-line the Wild Justice website came back to life again yesterday.

You can access the site at wildjustice.org.uk .

Thank you for your patience.

The best way to keep in touch with Wild Justice is to subscribe to our newletter. You can do this through the orange box at the bottom of the ABOUT page https://wildjustice.org.uk/about/ Over 1000 people have already subscribed successfully (and we’re sorry about the error message that some of you saw but that is fixed now) but some of you have got half way there! What do I mean half way? Well, when you enter your email address and name you will be sent a confirmation email on which you have to click to confirm that you really want to be subscribed (and to ensure that someone else can’t sign you up to things against your will).

These confirmation emails are tricky things! They sometimes dawdle in getting to you and sometimes they are fast as lightening – keep an eye out for yours! Sometimes they hide (in your spam or junk mail box) and you have to search them out. And we think that a few may not arrive at all but it’s difficult to know because some certainly take 24 hours to arrive and the ones that haven’t arrived yet may still be plodding through the ether!

We can see how many people have got half way through the system and how many have got all the way through and we’ll be monitoring this over the weekend. We’ll take stock on Sunday. But we think that a good look through your Inbox and Junk/Spam folder will unmask many of those confirmation emails and it’s as simple as that. Many thanks for your patience and, there are a lot of you who have already subscribed perfectly easily – we just don’t want anyone to miss out!

And we will send out our first brief newsletter on Sunday evening.

Thank you for all your support – it has been very encouraging. And thank you to the several hundred of you who have donated to help us pay our bills – you’ve been very generous.

I’ll probably give you an update, here, later today and again on Sunday. Thank you.

Mark (on behalf of Mark Avery, Chris Packham and Ruth Tingay, Wild Justice)

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3 Replies to “Wild Justice website up and running again”

  1. I'm not clear here about the confirmation emails. I did receive a confirmation email, but when I tried to confirm back, it failed, if I remember correctly. Am I on the mailing list, even if I did not successfully confirm to Wild Justice that I was happy with that? I must be one of the half way people. I assume that even if you have just warned me that I've been put on a list that is ok.

    1. Alex - thanks for asking.

      Anyone who got an error message (after clicking the confirmation email) is SUBSCRIBED. That includes you because I've just checked the email account with which you made this comment here and that email address is subscribed. So you are subscribed!

      Anyone who didn't get an error message (after clicking the confirmation email) is SUBSCRIBED (and is saying to themselves 'I didn't have any problems at all, what's all the fuss about?').

      Anyone who hasn't clicked on a confirmation email is NOT CURRENTLY SUBSCRIBED but if they track down that confirmation email (perhaps in Spam or Junk) and click on the message in it then they will be subscribed. Some of those confirmation emails take a long time to get through (not our fault - at least, we don't think so!).

      To summarise: lots of people are subscribed and that includes you Alex; some aren't and they need to find their confirmation email and get clicking if they want to receive the first Wild Justice newsletter tomorrow evening. And I can see that there is some clicking going on!

  2. Best of luck! Hopefully you will be successful in bringing about a much better level of compliance with the law protecting wildlife. The law is of no use if it is not properly enforced and implemented.
    Interested to hear what the first case will be.


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