Spam is the common term for the sending of bulk unsolicited commercial
Email Permission Marketing and Promotions has a strict
no-spam policy and will not endorse or be party to any
form of bulk unsolicited emailing.
All email campaigns
conducted by Email Permission Marketing & Promotions
The Australian Federal
Government will be introducing legislation before the
end of 2003 to act against Spam. Here is the latest Federal
Government press release regarding
Examples of Spam
Most businesses are aware of the common forms of spam.
However, the following examples illustrate situations in
which you may inadvertently engage in spamming:
- If you send emails after the recipient has informed you that they do not wish to receive them, it is deemed as spamming.
- If an email was sent as a "send to a friend" forward, and your next email message was sent to that friend with out first
obtaining their permission, it is also deemed as spamming.
You must be confident that all your database, whether purchased or from a house list, is permission-based.
contravenes our Terms of Service, and as a result, we reserve the right to cancel
immediately any existing account at any stage of the contract or campaign if it is discovered that
spam is being sent, and the recipients do not belong to a quality
If you have any questions or doubts concerning the
no-spam compliance of your list, please contact
us. We are happy to answer any questions or assist
on this issue.