A MUM has become highly suspicious after receiving a correctly spelled and grammatically accurate email from her child’s nursery.
Emma Bradford opened the message entitled ‘Update on payment by childcare voucher’ and assumed it was a phishing attempt due to finding no errors anywhere within it.
Emma said: “It was clearly dodgy. Every word was perfectly spelled and there were no random apostrophes, strange capitalisations or errant spaces.
“You can tell a genuine message a mile off because it’ll say something like ‘Builder’s will be painting the hall, please bare with us or’ or ‘If your littel one has nit’s then they has to be off 48 hour’s’.
“I don’t blame them as they’re run off their feet and haven’t got time to be fannying about with a spell check. And actually it turns out to be a fiendishly clever security system, so long may they retain their cheerfully gung-ho attitude to the fundamentals of the English language.”
The nursery’s director Kelly Howard said: “We’re all very well educated and just do this shit to entertain ourselves. I mean, have you ever looked after a roomful of small children? It’s boring as f**k.”