I follow H&R Block on Facebook, and lately they've been posting a lot of things on their wall as tax time is rapidly approaching. I think they went over the edge of what's okay though, with one of their latest posts. It reads "Know someone that needs a humorous nudge to stop settling for less with their tax prep method? Check out our funny line of cards you can send to friends to challenge their less-than-awesome tax ideas!", with a link to said line of ecards. The ecards say things like, "I'm sorry, the government won't accept you being late like I always do" or "I can't wait to see what you're going to buy me with your tax refund!".
First off, I'm kind of stunned that people would presume they know so much about a friend's tax situation that they would reasonably know whether or not someone has filed their taxes. Even assuming I did know if a friend had not filed their taxes, I think it's incredibly rude to send an ecard to someone regarding their tax situation! It's not just a company posting on their Facebook page, which they are completely entitled to do. That company is encouraging people to go look at these ecards and send them to people.
What say you, ehellions? Is this actually rude, or am I getting myself all worked up over nothing (definitely been known to happen)?