IPostCardsForProfit.com Spam Policy
I PostCards For Profit (IPFP)
has a ZERO TOLERANCE FOR SPAM. All SPAM complaints are taken seriously. SPAM or Unsolicited
Commercial Email (USCE) is defined as sending someone an email containing a link to I PostCards For Profit
or images hosted on the I PostCards For Profit server who have not agreed or requested to receive your
Any I PostCards For Profit Associate determined to be SPAMMING by IPFP Admin will have
their Membership terminated immediately without notice, or refund!
No I PostCards For Profit Associate is permitted to hide their Referral URL or other IPFP
promotional pages using iFrames for the purpose of SPAMMING.
I PostCards For Profit reserves the right to determine what constitutes a violation of
our SPAM Policy. The sole opinion of IPFP is ABSOLUTE in determining any and all SPAM
If you feel that you have received SPAM from a
I PostCards For Profit Associate, please forward the offending email to this address:
Definition of SPAM
- SPAM is the sending of unsolicited and unauthorized emails or online
communications such as but not limited to bulletin boards, user groups 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 emails 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 with a link I PostCards For Profit 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 Bulk Mailing Company that is mailing out to a list of people with
your IPFP opportunity that did not specifically request to receive your information beforehand is
- 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.
Policy for using lists obtained from 3rd Parties
In general, many email lists obtained from third parties are
culled from internet web sites, domain registrations, and other NON opt-in sources. The use of
such lists with our system is prohibited.
Last Updated Oct. 1, 2014
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