Spam Policy

I Agree and understand that I will be receiving 's news, special offers, updates and policy changes which includes the following:

I give my express consent to the owner(s) of Hits4Pay.com to send me news, special offers, updates, policy changes and commercial emails at my subscribed address.

These messages may be in any digital format, including all issues of 's news, notices, updates, special messages, or other electronic messages.

I also understand and accept that any and all email messages that are sent to me by the owner(s) of Hits4Pay.com is not an endorsement by the owner(s) of the advertised product, service, opportunity or offer unless otherwise stated as the solo property of .

I understand that Hits4Pay.com will not give out my name or email address out to any third party companies.

I also understand that I will be able to unsubscribe at any time, however, by doing so will result in immediate contact by Hits4Pay.com which may jeopardize my 's Hits4Pay.com membership. This will be done by using the link that appears at the bottom of every mailing. Should it not be there, through programming error, I can email Hits4Pay.com directly and ask to be manually removed from their publication.

I understand that I must first unsubscribe my self using the link prior to sending the manual removal request.

I understand that it is Family Friendly and that I am of an age to make the correct decision to subscribe to the news, notices,
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Before 's service can be rendered, you agree to read the CAN-SPAM act of 2003: http://www.spamlaws.com/federal/108s877.html

USAGE SPAM POLICY

I agree and understand using 's lead capture system that I can manually add leads of potential prospects into 's mailer providing the following provisions are met:

a) the importing of leads require a name, IP address, and email address.

b) correct and true header and subject information stating the continent of your message matches both the header and subject.

c) provide a removal process in each message in which the removal action is done immediately.

d) every email message must contain a valid physical postal address and also has to be identified by a "clear and conspicuous" notice that the message is an advertisement or solicitation.

I agree and understand that Hits4Pay.com does not allow importing harvested email addresses. Any account sending only email addresses will have violated all polices of , therefore will be terminated without a refund or warning.

I agree and understand that by violating any of these Spam Policies which results in the disturbance or damage to 's servers or DNS networks will result in heavy penalties in accordance with the CAN-SPAM act of 2003

WEBSITE SPAM POLICY

The marketing of Hits4Pay.com is strictly prohibited if done through the transmission of unsolicited bulk email (UBE). In other words, the bulk emailing must be pursuant to a prior business relationship with the e-mail recipient, including but not limited to having obtained their e-mail address through a verifiable opt-in procedure.

We also strictly prohibit marketing of Hits4Pay.com by the transmission of e-mail that makes use of or contains invalid or forged headers, invalid or non-existent domain names or other means of deceptive addressing ( counterfeit e-mail).

We also strictly prohibit marketing of Hits4Pay.com by the transmission of e-mail that is relayed from any third party's mail servers without the permission of that third party, or which employs similar techniques to hide or obscure the source of the e-mail. The transmission of unsolicited bulk e-mail, including the transmission of counterfeit e-mail, may result in civil and criminal penalties against the sender under applicable federal and/or state law.

We do NOT authorize the harvesting or collection of screen names from any ISP service (for example, AOL) for the purpose of sending unsolicited e-mail, and will terminate without pay any marketing affiliate determined to have transmitted bulk emails advertising any websites marketed through this Program to lists gathered by such methods.

Unsolicited Commercial Email:

Unsolicited commercial email must not be sent.

Commercial Email: Commercial email must not be sent to an individual's e-mail address unless one of the following situations exists: There is an existing business relationship; or Prior informed consent of the individual has been obtained.

Content of Commercial Email: Every commercial email must include an opportunity for the recipient to unsubscribe from receiving such email in the future. Such requests to unsubscribe must be processed promptly and the recipient should be informed of the length of time required for processing.

Commercial email must not include "from address" fields, subject lines and message bodies that are misleading, false, or deceptive. Subject lines must not mislead as to the content and purpose of the message.

Gathering of Email Addresses: Email addresses must not be gathered through surreptitious methods (e.g., scraping or harvesting).

Definitions:

Commercial Email: email messages, sent in volume, the primary purpose of which is the commercial advertisement or promotion of a product or service.

Business Relationship: A relationship between the sender of an email message and the recipient. Such a relationship may be created through the facilitation or completion of a commercial transaction between the sender and a recipient. A business relationship may also be created through prior correspondence initiated by an individual, including requests for information, responses to questionnaires or surveys, responses to sweepstakes or contests, or offline contact.

Informed Consent: A mechanism through which an individual is clearly and fully notified of the collection and use of an email address and has consented prior to such collection and use. Informed Consent may be implemented in the following

Opt-in: At the point of email address collection, a person has affirmatively requested to be included on an email list to receive commercial email. No confirmation email is sent and the person is not required to take further action to be included on the email list.

Confirmed Opt-in: At the point of email address collection, a person has affirmatively requested to be included on an email list to receive commercial email. An email is subsequently sent to the person, notifying the person that their email address has been added to the email list. The person is not required to take further action to be included on the email list.

Double Opt-in: At the point of email address collection, a person has affirmatively requested to be included on an email list to receive commercial email. An email is subsequently sent to the person, notifying the person that some action is necessary before their email address will be added to the email list.

Unsubscribe: A mechanism through which an individual may request that he or she no longer receive commercial email.

Unsolicited Commercial Email: Commercial Email sent without an existing business relationship or prior informed consent.