Anti-SPAM Policy

Trinity Web Works, LLC | Anti-SPAM Policy

The marketing of any Trinity Web Works web site (or System component) is strictly prohibited if done through the transmission of unsolicited e-mail, also known as SPAM. Any e-mail advertising must be done pursuant to a prior personal or 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 the marketing of any Trinity Web Works’ web site (or System component) by the transmission of e-mail that makes use of or contains invalid or forged headers, invalid or non-existent domain names or any other means of deceptive addressing (counterfeit e-mail).

We also strictly prohibit the marketing of any Trinity Web Works’ web site (or System component) 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 or e-mail addresses from any ISP service for the purpose of sending unsolicited e-mail, and will terminate any client determined to have transmitted unsolicited e-mails advertising any web sites (or System components) marketed through our Program to lists gathered by such methods.

How to Report Unsolicited Email (SPAM)

If you believe you are the recipient of unsolicited e-mail (SPAM) from a person or company advertising web sites under our Program, please follow this procedure to report the offender. Please e-mail your SPAM complaint to our E-mail Abuse Department. The best (and easiest) way to do this is by forwarding the offending e-mail to: admin@trinitywebworks.com

Please include your name, address, telephone number and any information you may have about the identity of the person or entity that sent the the offending piece of e-mail to you.

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