1. Your email address is someone else's name.
If you plan to pursue a career in publishing, you need your own email address. Here are some recent examples of people who look like they're doing this just for a lark:
(this one just cracked me up)
2. You name someone as my client...who isn't.
I write about a lot of good authors who aren't my clients. My clients are listed on the right side of the blog, AND if you click "clients" in the post category on the left side, you'll see the posts about clients. Yes, it takes some research to get it right. That's EXACTLY the kind of thing I look for in a client.
3. You mistake my non-fiction interests, with what I want to read about in novels. My website lists specific categories or areas of interest for non-fiction. The death penalty, justice issues, contemporary music, contemporary art. Sending me a query for a novel about music because "that's one of my areas of interest" makes me wonder if you're paying attention.
4. You reference meeting me in a place I've never been.
When you tell me you met me in a place I've never been, and I expressed interest in seeing your novel it really does make me wonder about you. Honestly, I do know where I've been these past too-many years.