BETAOUT MARKETING’s ANTI-SPAM POLICY

Betaout’s Anti-Spam Policy

Betaout Marketing has a no tolerance spam policy. Betaout provides a facility that enables users to send email messages to others.  Users must not use this facility to send unsolicited, bulk or indiscriminate messages, whether or not for commercial purposes.  Full terms and conditions concerning the use of the facility are set out at https://www.betaout.com/terms Betaout Marketing’s customer support actively monitors large import lists and emails going to a large number of contacts. Any customer found to be using Betaout for spam will be immediately cut-off (72hours) from use of the product. If you know of or suspect any violators, please notify us immediately at abuse@boinmail.com. Every email contains a mandatory unsubscribe link – those individuals who try to remove this link will be warned that they are doing so. If the link is removed or de-activated in any way, Betaout Marketing will terminate the customer’s account.

What is Spam?

Spam is unsolicited email also known as UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email). By sending email to only to those who have requested to receive it, you are following accepted permission-based email guidelines.

What constitutes a Preexisting business relationship?

The recipient of your email has made a purchase, requested information, responded to a questionnaire or a survey, or had offline contact with you.

What constitutes consent?

The recipient of your email has been clearly and fully notified of the collection and use of his email address and has consented prior to such collection and use. This is often called informed consent.

Isn’t there a law against sending Spam?

The federal anti-spam law in the US went into effect on January 1st, 2004 and preempts all state laws. While this new law will not stop spam, it does make most spam illegal and ultimately less attractive to spammers. The law is specific about requirements to send commercial email and empowers the federal government to enforce the law. The penalties can include a fine and/or imprisonment for up to 5 years. The IT Act 2000 in India prohibits malicious communication through electronic means.

The Federal CAN-SPAM Act

The Federal CAN-SPAM Act, put into law in 2003, dictates rules in sending commercial email. We at Betaout vigorously follow these rules and add a few more for added safety, they include:

Complaint Procedure

All Betaout Email customers are bound, by law, into following these guidelines. If you are sent an unexpected email from a Betaout customer, please let us know, but understand that there are steps you can follow: