Enviro-One actively develop marketing strategies using the Internet. The Internet is a powerful marketing tool, especially in the field of direct sales, and we are committed to the idea of e-commerce marketing. However, there is ONE Internet marketing practice which Enviro-One does NOT practice – “spamming”.
Enviro-One, as a matter of policy, does not participate in “spamming” as a marketing technique.
This policy is consistent with the policies of the Direct Selling Association. In fact, with the overwhelming passage of The Unsolicited Commercial Electronic Mail Act of 2000 in the House of Representatives, it is likely that the practice of “spamming” will become illegal in the near future. Among other provisions, this law would give Internet Service Providers the ability to issue significant fines against users caught “spamming” (up to $500 per message, with a limit of $50,000).
What is “Spamming”?
Spamming is the sending of unsolicited email to persons with whom the sender has no previous relationship.
For example, sending a large number of identical (and generally not personally addressed) messages to a list of email addresses purchased or obtained from any source, for the purpose of introducing a product, or a business opportunity. This email is known as “spam”. In general, the recipient does not like receiving spam. It is not like getting catalog in the mail… it irritates people far more for some reason, and reflects negatively on the sender. Also, it is rarely read, especially by the more sophisticated email user, who can quickly differentiate spam from an email message they might want to get.
By using our website, you’re agreeing to let us collect and use your information as we describe in this Privacy & Security Policy. If we change our policies, we’ll post any changes on the website, so that you are always informed about what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances we disclose it.
Links to Third Party Sites
All links to third party sites found on this Web site will allow you to leave the Enviro-One.com Web site. The linked sites are not related to or under the control of Enviro-One is not responsible for the contents of any linked site or any links contained within a linked site. Enviro-One provides these links only as a convenience and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement by Enviro-One of any linked site.
Last Modified: October 2006