Bingo For Money uses email marketing, so we adhere to a zero-tolerance anti-spam policy which you can take a look at below. There may be occasional changes to this policy; in that case, an appropriate notice will be placed either in our Newsletter or on our Home Page, informing you of this fact.
What Is Spam?
Unwanted commercial/bulk email equals spam – this includes junk mail that the recipient never signed up for. In most cases, these emails are intrusive, irrelevant or downright annoying; they squander valuable resources for both the user and the Internet Service Provider. At the other end of the spectrum are legitimate emails, those which the user usually expects; they’re personal and relevant to the involved business or activity.
How Bingo For Money Avoids Spamming
Here at Bingo For Money, we use state of the art marketing tools in order to maintain a very strict system – it includes, among other things, procedures which guarantee that we only email members if we have their full consent. Here’s an overview of the strategies we use in order to implement the appropriate anti-spam rules & procedures:
Notification and Agreement
Subscribe & Unsubscribe
Within all of our emails, you can easily find an unsubscribe link. By making use of this link, you can request removal from all our mailing lists. After you confirm your removal from the list by clicking on an activation link we send you, you are officially unsubscribed. You’re free at any time to reverse this action through the profile option in your account or by contacting us directly via Customer Support.
Purchased Email Lists
We also have a zero-tolerance policy regarding purchased email lists. We will never purchase such lists or email customers whose addresses can be found within them.
Laws Pertaining Spam
Spam laws differ across borders and we know our community is international, so we apply the highest worldwide anti-spam standards in order to protect all of our members, regardless of their location. We do not apply or tolerate the following practices:
- Using misleading/false headers or information for the purpose of determining the point of origin/transmission path of the email, or to conceal the real origin of the email sender;
- Creating the appearance that an email originates from a certain third party, by means of unauthorized use of their domain name;
- Including misleading/false info within email subject lines;
- Encouraging/helping any third party or person in making use of Bingo For Money products for either of the previously mentioned activities.