If I buy something on, say, sales.com, the response mail should come from sales.com and all links within the mail should be to sales.com. Anything else looks as a phishing attempt, and it might as well be.

If I buy something on, say, sales.com, the response mail should come from sales.com and all links within the mail should be to sales.com. Anything else looks as a phishing attempt, and it might as well be.
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Half of the mail has non matching urls

A quick look at the news and service mails in the last two weeks shows that more than half of the mails are linking to web sites other sites than the sender. All of these may well be completely fine. And I have not experienced any irregularities. And some of them links are to widely used newsmail service providers.
The point is, however, there’s no chance that I’d be able to check if it is reliable, I am supposed to magically know. But how could I know, when senders never bother to told me, that I would get emails from other domains.
Here’s some examples:
version2.dk: ing.us2.list-manage.com
uni-c.dk: www.e-survey.dk
theoryandpractice.dk: theoryandpractice.ru
a2-type.co.uk: r20.rs6.net
houseind.com: houseindustries.createsend5.com
busymac.com: busymac.cmail1.com
enfocus.com: tools.emailgarage.com
Basically, there is no excuse, except that it is a little harder to make correspondence between the sender of newsletters and links within it. The good part of the story is that approximately half of the emails I get (the other half), seem to care about this issue.