SureSeen LLC Anti-Spam Policy

SureSeen has a no tolerance spam policy (this means spam is not allowed). Our customer support monitors large import lists and emails going to a large number of contacts. Any customer found to be using SureSeen for spam will be immediately cut-off from using our products and services. If you know of or suspect any violators, please notify us immediately at .

Every email contains a mandatory unsubscribe link. If the link is removed or de-activated in any way, SureSeen will terminate the customer's account.

What is Spam? 

Spam is unsolicited email also known as UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email). By sending email to only to those who have requested to receive it, you are following accepted permission-based email guidelines.

What constitutes a Preexisting business relationship?

The recipient of your email has made a purchase, requested information, responded to a questionnaire or a survey, or had offline contact with you.

What constitutes consent?

The recipient of your email has been clearly and fully notified of the collection and use of his email address and has consented prior to such collection and use. This is often called informed consent.

Are there laws regarding sending Spam?

The federal anti-spam law went into effect on January 1st, 2004 and preempts all state laws.

While this law will not stop spam, it makes most spam illegal and ultimately less attractive to those who spam. This law is specific about requirements for sending commercial email and empowers the federal government to enforce the law. Penalties can include a fine and/or imprisonment for up to 5 years.

How SureSeen protects you from sending spam

SureSeen is a permission-based email-marketing tool that follows the strictest permission-based philosophies:

  • Communication - Your SureSeen registration page already states why you are collecting the site visitor's email address, how you plan to use their address, and that you are following the embedded privacy policy. Additionally, by accepting our license agreement you have agreed to use only permission-based lists and never to sell or rent your marketing lists.

  • Verification SureSeen automatically sends all of your new contacts an email confirming their interest in receiving emails from you. Additionally, if your contact changes his or her interests or unsubscribes, SureSeen automatically sends an email confirmation.

  • Unsubscribe - Every email generated from SureSeen contains an unsubscribe link which allows your contacts to opt-out of future emails and automatically updates your contact lists to avoid the chance of sending unwanted emails to visitors who have unsubscribed.

  • Identification - Your email header information is correct because it is pre-set for you by Constant Contact. Your email's "From" address is verified and already accurately identifies you as the sender.

  • Contact Information - all of your emails are pre-filled with your contact information including your physical address.

Tips to help avoid sending out spam (ask yourself these questions)

1.       Are you importing a purchased list of ANY kind?

2.       Are you sending to non-specific addresses such as: sales@domain.com, business@domain.com, webmaster@domain.com, info@domain.com, or other general addresses.

3.       Are you sending to distribution lists or mailing lists that send indirectly to a variety of email addresses?

4.       Are you mailing to anyone who has not explicitly agreed to join your mailing list?

5.       Have you used a third party email address or domain name without their permission?

6.       Have you falsified your originating address or transmission path information?

7.       Does your email's subject line contain false or misleading information?

8.       Does your email fail to provide a working link to unsubscribe?

9.       Are you failing to process any unsubscribe requests that come to you via a reply to your email within 10 days or the request?

Answering YES to any of these questions will likely get you labeled as a Spammer.  You can find more information at The Coalition Against Unsolicited Email