Spam is unsolicited commercial email. It includes scams and other phishing emails. But an email doesn’t have to be malicious to be spam. Any time a recipient gets an unwanted commercial email, that’s spam.
Experts estimate that spam accounts for between 45 and 70% of all email sent globally. At Newsletter2Go, we take spam seriously, and we value doing our part to fight spam.
A spammer is like an apple. One bad spammer can ruin the whole lot.
While you’re working hard creating your engaging email marketing campaigns, we’re working hard in the background to keep our promise of a 99% delivery rate.
A single spammer can cause serious damage to our IP reputation. This would affect our excellent delivery rate, which would then have an effect on all Newsletter2Go users.
To protect all our software users from any harm coming to our deliverability promise, we personally verify that every potential new software user has a legitimate business and good intentions. This anti-spam verification process takes place upon registration. We try to keep the process as quick and painless as possible. But remember, we’re doing this manually, so please be patient with us.
We expect our users to take spam personally, too.
By signing up to use our services, you commit to using permission marketing. This means you will only send email marketing to contacts who have specifically agreed to receive it.
Abuse of our services for the purpose of sending spam will not be tolerated. Any user found to be sending spam will have their account immediately closed, and we reserve the right to take legal action.