We strictly enforce and require that all Clients comply with this Anti-Spam Policy.
Unsolicited Commercial Email (UCE), or spam, is junk mail sent via email. Internet users have become increasingly aware of the problems associated with spam as it becomes more and more widespread.
From addresses and Reply-To addresses in email messages can easily be forged and are often forged by spammers to prevent bounce-back messages and reports of abuse. Spammers’ use of @doubleearning.org email addresses as fraudulent From and Reply-To addresses is not unique to Double Earning – it happens to all websites and domain names. It is also fairly impossible and time-consuming to track and prevent.
We reserve the right to terminate your account and participation in our program "for cause" if we deem you to be in violation of our Anti-Spam Policy. We also reserve the right to suspend your account and participation pending review upon receipt of any complaint or other evidence that you may be engaging in spamming activity.
We consider spamming to be any activity whereby you directly or indirectly transmit email messages to any email address that has not solicited such email and does not consent to such transmission. We also consider spamming to constitute posting advertisements in newsgroups in violation of the terms of participation in such newsgroup, that are off topic, or in newsgroups that do not specifically permit advertisements. We also consider it spamming when advertisements are placed on message boards or in chat rooms when they are not permitted by the terms of participation in such message boards and chat rooms.
If you are "spammed" by anyone regarding our services, website, or any other matters, please report this activity to us.
We may amend this Anti-Spam Policy at any time by publishing a new version on this website.
Should you have any questions about this anti-spam policy, please email us at email@example.com. All complaints are investigated, and you will receive a response detailing the action we’re taking to deal with the issue.