Budokarate.com Anti-Spam Policy


(Last updated October 10, 2014)

The owner of budokarate.com, Cameron Quinn, herein the “owner”, is committed to permission-based email marketing practices, and as a result has established this no-tolerance Anti-Spam Policy. Owner will occasionally update this Anti-Spam Policy. When it does, Owner will also revise the “last updated” date at the top of this Anti-Spam Policy.

1. What is Spam?

Spam is commercial email or unsolicited bulk email, including “junk mail”, which has not been requested by the recipient. It is intrusive and often irrelevant or offensive, and it wastes valuable resources. Spam messages are the opposite of permission-based email, which are normally anticipated, personal, relevant and/or associated with a pre-existing business or personal relationship. Inappropriate newsgroup activities, consisting of excessive posting of the same materials to several newsgroups, are also deemed to be spam.

2. Preventing Spam

Customers of budokarate.com products and services have agreed during their registration process, upon accepting the Terms of Use, to comply with this Anti-Spam Policy. Specifically, each customer agrees not to use the budokarate.com products or services to send unsolicited email or bulk email, whether or not for commercial purposes. Owner reserves the right to determine in its sole discretion what constitutes actionable spam, as well as what measures are necessary in response to such spam activities.

3. How budokarate.com Helps You to Avoid Spamming

Owner has developed its Internet web presence with an incorporated strict permission-based philosophy. This anti-spam philosophy is implemented through the following:

(a) Communication and Agreement – The Terms of Use that you have agreed to as part of registering for the budokarate.com products and services state how and for what purposes we can collect site visitor addresses relating to budokarate.com products, and that you will follow the budokarate.com Privacy Policy and Anti-Spam Policy.

(b) Unsubscription – Each email newsletter created by budokarate.com contains an “unsubscribe link”. Visitors use the link to request that they be unsubscribed, subscriber lists will automatically be adjusted to eliminate the prospect of sending unwanted email to such persons.

(c) Purchased Mailing Lists – Owner does not undertake mass mailings to purchased email lists. Owner only uses opt-in mailing lists. Purchased or inherited lists are by definition not opt-in.

4. Laws Restricting Spam

Spam laws vary from state to state, and from country to country. This budokarate.com Anti-Spam Policy has been developed to conform to the highest commercially reasonable standards.

5. Reporting Spam

If you believe that you have received spam from or through budokarate.com’s facilities, please send a complaint from your email account along with the unsolicited email, with completed header, to the listed email address at the bottom of this page. Please provide any other information that you believe may help us in our investigation. Owner does not investigate or take any action based on “anonymous” spam complaints.

6. False Spam Complaints

Owner supports the efforts of various organizations working to responsibly eliminate spam activities. However, if an individual has opted-in to receive email from budokarate.com, and then falsely or maliciously files a spam complaint against budokarate.com or Owner, Owner will cooperate fully with the appropriate agencies to ban the complainant from use of anti-spam software and the Internet community.

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