Spam Policy

Spam Is Not Tolerated

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Sagentic, LLC takes a no tolerance approach when dealing with spam and other types of UCE (unsolicited commercial e-mail).

Sagentic, LLC defines spam as any type of unsolicited email used for any purpose. This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Using a non-existent return email address when sending commercial solicitations
  • Mail-bombing (sending numerous messages to the same user)
  • Subscribing someone else to a mailing list without that person's permission
  • Posting the same article to multiple newsgroups
  • Using another network to send spam that relates in any way to Sagentic, LLC or any site hosted by Sagentic, LLC (including your site)
  • Sending bulk e-mail without providing a way for the receiver to unsubscribe.

If you wish to have a mailing list then you must make sure that it is a Double Opt-in format. This means that when someone subscribes to your list by giving you their email address, you will need to send them an email that tells them that you have received a request to have them subscribed to your list. This email should not be an advertisement or it could be considered spam. It should just state that you have received a request to subscribe them to your list. You will also need to tell them in the email that if they want to be subscribed that they will need to reply to that email with "subscribe" in the subject. If they delete the email or just do not reply with "subscribe" in the subject, they will not be subscribed to the list and they will not receive any further emails. If you have any questions about this Double Opt-in format, please contact

If a client is found in violation of the above no-spam policy, the offending account may be terminated without notice and no refund will be issued. There may also be a fee (payable in U.S. funds) charged to the client for each complaint received by Sagentic, LLC.

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