Spot the errors in this automated FTC email

A screenshot of a message from the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Public Affairs rife with linguistic blunders has prompted pleas for the agency to hire a copy editor.

Or would it? If this screenshot of an automated email from the FTC’s Office of Public Affairs, which media blogger Jim Romenesko posted to his website Wednesday evening, is any indication, perhaps the agency isn’t as detail-oriented as people have been led to believe:

Romenesko wrote that the anonymous reader who sent in the screenshot said the cavalier approach the email takes to grammar “kind of makes me nervous.”

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