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Abandon Checkout Flow

Recover purchases where the customer left their email in checkout but did not order. The six email variation sends two reminder emails before offering the customer a discount on their puchase. In the third email a discount code is given and a second “last chance” email is sent after that. Finally if the customer still hasn’t purchased, a second offer, usually accompanied by social proof, is sent along with it’s own follow up. The flow automatically removes any customers that make a purchase during the email sequence to avoid excess email fatigue.

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