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Anti-Spam Policy

Mozie Anti-Spam Policy
Please send spam complaints or concerns to abuse@mozie.com.
Spam is unsolicited commercial email (UCE), junk mail or bulk mail that has not been requested by the recipient.
Mozie has a zero tolerance spam policy. Spam complaints are taken very seriously. Users that breach Mozie's Terms of Service will have their account deleted at their own expense. When registering Users agree to the following:
(i) He/she will not access or otherwise use third-party mailing lists in connection with preparing or distributing unsolicited email to any third party.
(ii) He/she will not send unsolicited bulk email, for commercial or non-commercial purposes.
(iii) He/she will only upload permission based e-mail lists that Member has been granted permission to use by each email recipient included on such list.
Mozie Spam Prevention Methods include:
1. Strict enforcement of adherence to Mozie's Terms of Service which clearly states that only permission based e-mail is allowed.
2. An unsubscribe link is attached to the footer of every e-mail. If an e-mail recipient chooses to unsubscribe, their e-mail address is immediately made inactive in the Users contact manager.
3. Valid postal address must be included in every e-mail sent by Users.
4. User's verified valid e-mail address is shown to the recipient as the "reply to" address.
5. User education on spam abuse.
Mozie Guidelines for a Permission Based Email Recipient
1. Informed Consent was used when adding the recipient to Users contact list.
2. The recipient e-mail address was not purchased.
3. The recipient e-mail address was not obtained through a third party.
Additional Spam Information
Sending spam violates the Acceptable Use Policy of almost all ISP's. The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 states that spam is legally permissible in the United States provided it follows certain criteria: a truthful subject line; no false information in the technical headers or sender address; "conspicuous" display of the valid postal address of the sender; and some additional requirements. If senders fail to comply with these requirements then it is illegal. Larger penalties apply if the spammer harvested the email addresses using deceptive or illegal methods. Penalties can include a fine and/or imprisonment for up to 5 years.