Definition of Spam - ZERO Tolerance Spam Policy
This website has a ZERO tolerance for Spam. All Spam complaints are taken seriously. Spam is considered an unethical form of Internet advertising and is illegal.

In addition Spamming can incur substantial monetary fines from any of the providers through which Spam is directed because of the time, resources and expense it can incur for business. Spam is a negative form of advertising and is HIGHLY disliked within the Internet community.

An email is considered SPAM if it is sent to someone that didn't subscribed to receive such marketing material. You must not send Spam that in any way implicates our services by including our company name, web site domain(s) or any other web site associated with us. This includes mentioning or referencing our website or web site domain(s) in any bulk email message, or including any URL (including affiliate links) that in any way eventually links to a URL take users to our website.

If you willfully violate our Spam Policy you will:

  • Have your affiliate account terminated immediately without notice.

  • Have a MINIMUM of $1000 claim filed against you in a court of law.

  • Be immediately reported to your ISP/Webhost and any or all of the companies associated with your activity.

  • Be reported to additional proper authorities to take action against you such as Spam Cop and FTC.

  • Be permanently banned from promoting ALL of our products.

  • Be reported to the Affiliate Network being used which will suspend your account and freeze your funds.

We reserves the right to determine what constitutes a violation of our Spam Policy. Our sole opinion is ABSOLUTE in determining any and all spam violations.

Should our service or web sites be disrupted in anyway due to spamming, the responsible party will be charged and billed $500.00 per hour until service is restored. Applicant may also be subject to legal action if appropriate.

If you have been spammed, please notify us by clicking HERE

Definition of Spam

Spam is the sending of unsolicited and unauthorized e-mails or online communications such as but not limited to bulletin boards, usergroups or instant messaging services to individuals or businesses who do not know you personally. And who have not agreed or requested to receive your emails. Or have not provided their email address directly to the sender. Or an email sent to a recipient who would not have a reasonable expectation of receiving email from the sender. Spam can be a single email or a bulk mailing.

Posting messages to Usenet or News Group groups that explicitly forbid the posting of commercial solicitations or solicitations not pertaining to their content is Spam.

Buying a list of emails from a third party and individually or bulk emailing them is considered Spam.

Opt-out lists where a person is specifically required to request removal from a mailing list in order to prevent solicitation is Spam.

Hiring a company that is mailing out to a list of people with your opportunity that did not specifically request to receive your information beforehand is considered Spam.

Emailing through an approved DOUBLE Opt-in list provider is NOT considered Spam. Double opt-in means that not only did the people request to be on the list, they verified it by approving the request a second time. The BEST guideline for knowing whether or not an email is Spam is if someone did not specifically request the information then it is SPAM.

As a list owner, you are fully responsible for any third party's adherence to our policies for lists which you obtain and use in our system. Any violation of our policies by third parties will be seen as violations by you, and will subject your account to suspension, termination, and penalty fees accordingly.

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