CAN-SPAM Rules for sending emails to non-opt-in individuals
Category: Business and Money > eCommerce
Asked by: curiousavi-ga
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18 Aug 2006 11:06 PDT
Expires: 17 Sep 2006 11:06 PDT
Question ID: 757405
I am aware that the CAN-SPAM law does not allow sending emails to an individual who has not opted-in to receive emails from the sender. Nevertheless, I was wondering if there is any exception to the rule. An example might be a one-time email to a customer, or a one-time invitation to opt-in, or maybe an email only once a year and so on. My question therefore is: Under what circumstances is it permissible to send an email to an individual (customer or prospect and the difference if there is) even though the individual has not opted-in and requested to receive emails.
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Re: CAN-SPAM Rules for sending emails to non-opt-in individuals
From: sly_now-ga on 21 Aug 2006 01:50 PDT
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