US.BlackJack.com adheres to email marketing best practices, and due to this we have created our * zero tolerance * anti-spam policies which you can read below.
Definition of Spam
Spam is commercial email or unsolicited bulk email, which includes but is not limited to junk mail, which has not been requested by the email recipient. Most of the time it can be labeled as intrusive, irrelevant or even offensive and it wastes valuable resources for both Internet Providers and users. Spam is completely the opposite of legitimate emails, which are commonly anticipated, personal and relevant to the business or activity in question.
How US-Blackjack avoids Spamming
US.BlackJack uses it's marketing tools to ensure a strict system to email customers with their * full consent. * Our anti-spam rules and procedures are implemented through the following items:
Notification and Agreement:
Every email that US.Blackjack.com sends contains an unsubscribe link. Our web site visitors can use this link to request to be removed from *all* of our mailing lists which US.Blackjack.com honors for customer satisfaction and in order to comply with Anti-Spam policies. Members of US.Blackjack.com who try to remove their email address from our mailing list will be warned that they are about to do this and *must *confirm this removal through an activation of a link in order to be fully removed; this is required in order to confirm that it is indeed the user asking to be removed by us. Additionally, each customer can request to be added should they change their stance on whether to receive emails from us or not.
Laws Pertaining to Spam
Spam laws change from country to country and since we are well aware that US-Blackjack.com members are from all over the world, we have ensured that our anti-spam policy and practices are executed with the highest standards worldwide.
As a result of this, the following practices are not done at US.Blackjack.com:
- Use of false headers, or other false information, to identify the point of origin or the transmission path of the email, or to hide the true origin of the email sender.
- Unauthorized use of a third party's internet domain name without the permission of such third party, to make it appear that the third party was the point of origin of the email.
- Use of any false or misleading information in the subject line of the email.
- Assisting any person in using the products or services of US.Blackjack.com
Purchased Email Lists:
US.Blackjack.com has * zero tolerance * to this practice and we will not, under any circumstances email customers through purchased email lists. US.Blackjack.com does * NOT * purchase lists from third parties; all of our subscribers are members who have opted-in.back to top