Nevada ADRC - SPAM and Email Campaign Guidelines
What laws are saying
While CAN-SPAM laws of the U.S. defines spam very well, we go one step further and add our own rules.
What is Spam?
Spam is any e-mail which has been sent to someone without his or her permission. You need to have his or her permission to send out e-mail to the user. The person should have subscribed to your mail list through your website(s) or by any other written means, and confirmed his or her subscription by clicking the confirmation link in received e-mail. This follows the Opt-in/Opt-out process and guidelines.
How we define spam?
Marketing lists or emails obtained through marketing venues are usually emailed through their systems and not exported for external blasts outside of their Opt-in/Opt-out policy from which the email or contact originated.
What are not-allowed contents?
What requirements are in place for any emails originating from this system?
Requirements for administrative access or sender account.
What are the SPAM monitoring procedures?
Prohibited Content and Industries
Sendloop can not be used to send anything offensive or to promote anything illegal or harass anyone. You may not send the following:
Addition to this, due to high spam/abuse complaint risk, we do not let our system to be used for the following industries. Because you're in one of these industries, it doesn't mean that you are a spammer, but the industry you are involved with has high spam/abuse risk which may affect all our systems and other users. Therefore, we don't allow any e-mail delivery for these and related industries:
Briefly, we never tolerate SPAM e-mailing through our Services. You should understand that this is for protecting the recipients, their time and their privacy. E-mail marketing should be done in a legal way by only sending to e-mail addresses which you have obtained permission of and always include an easy way to let them go.
For spam complaints, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org