Overview: What are we talking about?
Cybergolf is committed to opt-in permission based email marketing practices and has a no tolerance Spam policy. Any customer using Cybergolf systems in Spam practices will lose the use of the system.
This article includes:
- What is Spam
- Cybergolf Broadcast System Preventing Spam
- Take the Quick 7 Question Spam Test
- Reporting Spam
- More Info
What is Spam?
Spam is sending Unsolicited Commercial Email or better known as Junk Email.
The new US Federal CAN Spam Act of 2003 law went into effect January 1st, 2004. See here to read the law in full.
See here for a brief Compliance Guide for Businesses.
Cybergolf Broadcast System Preventing Spam
By signing the Cybergolf Broadcast System agreement, you agree to the Anti Spam and Privacy Policies posted in the Cybergolf Broadcast administration page.
Cybergolf Email Broadcast Technology includes these anti-Spam features:
- Cybergolf does not allow the uploading of non opt-in permission based email lists
- Cybergolf sets your email header information and it is compliant and not misleading
- Your campaign's From Address accurately identifies your business as the sender and is verified
- Each campaign has a valid return email address
- The Cybergolf system automatically provides the ability to opt-out of future email campaigns
- The Cybergolf system automatically removes and processes unsubscribes from your email campaigns
- Beginning January 1st, 2004 your businesses physical address will now be automatically displayed at the bottom of your email campaigns.
- Purchased Email Lists: Cybergolf only allows the uploading and sending to permission based emails list. Cybergolf golf does not allow uploading of purchased non opt-in list.
Take the Quick 7 Question Spam Test
- Are you importing purchased third party lists?
- Does your email provide a fully functioning link to unsubscribe?
- Are you continuing to email anyone who has asked to be removed from your list?
- Is your subject line false or misleading?
- Are you sending to non-specific email addresses like: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com?
- Have you used a third party's domain name or email list without consent?
- Are you deliberately falsifying the path of your transmission or originating address?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be sending Spam email. Contact Cybergolf support at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
If you believe you have received Spam from one of Cybergolf's customers, please forward the unsolicited email to email@example.com with your contact information.
More Info and Related Links
For more information on anti-Spam laws, visit www.spamlaws.com
Read about compliance to the CAN SPAM Act of 2003.