Email Policy (Can-Spam Info)

If you have received an unwanted email from one of our accounts. Send the message you received, including the mail headers, to donotmail@email
. If you want to be removed from all of our lists and do not wish to receive any future emails please use our Global Remove Page Here. Our services are for Legitimate Commercial Email Advertisements Only. Keep in mind that the CAN-SPAM Act does *NOT* make non-fraudulent spam unlawful. It regulates it. See the FCC PDF Doc Here.

If you are not sure if a email complies with the law see a Comparison Here.

U.S. Department of Justice: To Report Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail

Many consumers receive a variety of unsolicited commercial e-mail (also known as "spam") in their offices or at home. While people don't always like getting spam, much of it has a legitimate business purpose. Unsolicited e-mails, however, are often the initial means for criminals, such as operators of fraudulent schemes, to contact and solicit prospective victims for money, or to commit identity theft by deceiving them into sharing bank and financial account information.

The following information, e-mail addresses and contacts noted below are provided for your reference if you have received a particular type of unsolicited email and would like to report or forward it on to law enforcement authorities.

Internet Fraud Africa-Based Investment Schemes:

An increasing volume of spam consists of e-mail from a person who represents himself or herself as having some African affiliation, and who is soliciting you to help him or her transfer illegally obtained or questionable funds out of a nation in Africa. (Some more recent e-mails purport to involve moving money out of Afghanistan.) These solicitations are fraudulent, and may violate one or more federal criminal laws. Do not send any money or financial account information if you receive one of these e-mails (or a letter or fax of a similar nature). See the U.S. Secret Service Financial Crimes Division web page for more information.

If you have responded to one of these online solicitations and have lost money, please contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center, a joint venture of the FBI and the National White Collar Crime Center, and use the ICCC's online complaint form.

Medical Products and Devices:

To report e-mail that involves possibly fraudulent claims about medical devices or products (for example, so-called "miracle" cures) please email the Food and Drug Administration at

Financial Investments:

Forward investment-related spam e-mails to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at


If you want to report other possible online crime, including online fraud (for example, "get-rich-quick" schemes or online auction fraud) whether or not you have lost money, please use the ICCC's online complaint form.

Other Types of Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail:

For more information about reporting unsolicited e-mail that does not fall into any of the above categories, see the Federal Trade Commission's Spam E-mail web site. If you have received spam of any type, but have not responded to it, you can send a copy of it to the FTC at

For more information about fraud, see the Department's Fraud page at

Superesponder is growing. We've done it by listening to our customers, and by treating them exactly the way we would like to be treated ourselves. So when we built the state-of-the-art email Superesponder system, which allows users to take control of their marketing efforts through email automation. We want to continue to provide this outstanding product of superior value and service.

You may have received email from us in the past, if you are on one of our current lists, you may also receive occasional mailings informing you about new products and important legislation involving our services. ALL email messages we send out contain a link so that customers can choose for themselves if they do not want to receive them. If you ever have any problems, please report this to us at System Admin at once.

We send email and print material to our satisfied customers. To serve you better, we may at times share your information with our affiliated companies and specially chosen marketing partners, who may send offers to you online and offline. We may also seek personally and non-personally identifiable information about you from our marketing partners, where you have given them your consent or where such information is otherwise publicly available or is modeled based on such voluntarily provided or publicly available information. Such information may include postal, demographic or transactional information. We do not give out your email address to be added to someone’s lists. We hope that you will be totally satisfied with our products and our guarantees and also with how we treat your confidential information.



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