Red Carpet Web Promotion strictly prohibits its members from using spam and other forms of Internet abuse to seek referrals. Spam includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Electronic mail messages addressed to a recipient with whom the initiator does not have an existing business or personal relationship or is not sent at the request of, or with the express consent of, the recipient;
- Messages posted to Usenet and message boards that are off-topic (unrelated to the topic of discussion), cross-posted to unrelated newsgroups, or posted in excessive volume;
- Solicitations posted to chat rooms, or to groups or individuals via Internet Relay Chat or “Instant Messaging” system;
- Certain off-line activities that, while not considered spam, are similar in nature, including distributing flyers or leaflets on private property or where prohibited by applicable rules, regulations, or laws.
Red Carpet Web Promotion may undertake, at its sole discretion and with or without prior notice, the following enforcement action:
Account Suspension: Upon the receipt of a credible complaint, Red Carpet Web Promotion will immediately suspend the membership of the individual implicated in the abuse. Suspension is intended to prevent the abuser from benefiting from their abusive activities by prohibiting the offender from benefiting from any new referrals or sales.
How to Report Abuse:
If you wish to report a violation of our Anti-Spam Policy, please forward all relevant evidence to: email@example.com (Subject: RCWP SPAM).
NOTE: Incomplete complaints will result in enforcement delays. For example, all email spam complaints must include the original email “headers.”
For more information on what spam is, why it is bad, and what can be done about it, visit:
The Responsible Internet Commerce Site
Trend Micro Email Reputation Services
The Network Abuse Clearinghouse
The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
If you have any additional questions, please send us an email with your question and we will gladly respond.