Spam Defined

GetReAssigned.com strictly prohibits members engaging in spam and other tactics which may constitute abuse of the Internet in order to seek referrals. What is Spam? Generally speaking, activities which would constitute spam include the sending of: (i) unsolicited commercial e-mail, (ii) unsolicited bulk e-mail, (iii) mass e-mail, and/or (iv) junk e-mail, containing a message that advertises goods or services. The defining feature of spam is that the e-mail is sent to someone without their prior consent or in the absence of a previous relationship between the sender and the recipient. Spam is the electronic equivalent of the junk mail you receive in your postal mailbox every day or those telemarketers who call at dinner time!

Spam can take several different forms. When someone logs on to Usenet or message boards and sends or posts messages which are unrelated to the topic of discussion, that’s spam. In addition, the sending of an electronic mail message addressed to a recipient with whom the sender 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 constitutes spam. The act of engaging in activities which constitute spam is called spamming.

Other types of Internet abuse may also qualify as spam. Examples include, spamming of chat rooms and spamming via Internet Relay Chat or “Instant Messaging” systems (such as ICQ). In reality, the various methods of spamming will continue to evolve with the Internet as new ways of online communication between people develop.

We Don’t Like Spam

No one likes sorting through junk mail or talking to telemarketers, but spam is even worse! Electronic junk mail costs recipients of spam more time and money than it costs the sender. The unwitting recipient of spam is required to download, sort through, and identify what e-mail is legitimate and what e-mail is junk e-mail, and then discard it. If the recipient pays for Internet access by the hour or minute, then sorting through spam messages leads to increased time online, which translates into higher monthly bills from their Internet Service Provider.

Conduct on the Internet is governed by an unwritten set of rules called ‘Netiquette,’ and one of those rules is that it’s not acceptable to send out unsolicited mass e-mail. Spam can also slow the performance of the Internet. There have been instances where large volumes of spam have slowed down e-mail delivery for hours (or even days!). Spam sometimes causes computers on the Internet to crash. Most importantly, we feel that spamming is just plain rude.

Our Anti-Spam Policy

GetReAssigned’s referral program is meant to encourage people to introduce the benefits of GetReAssigned to their friends and family, and to people with whom they transact with online. We do not intend to, nor do we encourage, the use of spam under any circumstances.

Upon receipt of a credible complaint concerning spamming, GetReAssigned may immediately suspend the membership of the individual who is alleged to have conducted the spamming. A suspension of membership privileges is intended to prevent a possible spammer from continuing to benefit from their activities by prohibiting the registration of referrals or the accruing of additional referral payments. If the spamming incident is not verified after a thorough investigation by GetReAssigned, the suspension may be lifted and all referrals and referral payments which have accrued during the period of suspension will be restored. GetReAssigned may, but is not obligated to, lift a suspension imposed on a member due to alleged spamming activities.

Anyone who is found by GetReAssigned to have spammed other Internet users in an attempt to gain referral bonuses will lose their GetReAssigned membership privileges and their account will be terminated. Any referral bonuses acquired in the spammer’s account will be confiscated by GetReAssigned. Any monies which remain in the spammer’s account after confiscation of referral bonuses will be returned to the account holder.

How to Report Spammers

If you feel that a member of GetReAssigned has spammed you, please contact [email protected] Be sure to include evidence of the spamming such as a copy of the e-mail, posting or message with full message headers and usenet message. It would assist our efforts in confirming your complaint if you include any other information that can be used to identify the parties involved. An incomplete complaint may result in delays in the enforcement of our Anti-Spam Policy.

How do I avoid engaging in Spam when making Referrals?

We created the GetReAssigned Referral Program to reward our members for introducing the GetReAssigned Program to their friends and family, and to people they transact with online. There are many ways in which you can participate in our referral program without resorting to spam. Here are a few guidelines to help you:

* Make sure you know the Person.

You can tell anyone who you know and whom you think might benefit from our service about GetReAssigned.com and the GetReAssigned Program. This includes friends, family, business and other acquaintances. In addition, you should feel free to talk to anyone who asks you for information about GetReAssigned.com or the GetReAssigned Program.

* Spreading the Word!

Email is the fastest and easiest way to tell your friends, family, business and other acquaintances about GetReAssigned.com and the GetReAssigned Program, however, you can also use old-fashioned word-of mouth to tell your friends about us. When you visit the GetReAssigned Referral Center, you will be able to select a referral e-mail that you can personalize or forward as is to interested parties. In the e-mail, we include your User Name, identifying you as the referring party. When your friend enters your User Name when they sign up, you are automatically eligible for a referral bonus whenever they are hired successfully by a GetReAssigned company.

Please use the GetReAssigned Referral Program responsibly. We strictly enforce our Anti Spam Policy!

Anti-Spam Policy

Spam Defined

GetReAssigned.com strictly prohibits members engaging in spam and other tactics which may constitute abuse of the Internet in order to seek referrals. What is Spam? Generally speaking, activities which would constitute spam include the sending of: (i) unsolicited commercial e-mail, (ii) unsolicited bulk e-mail, (iii) mass e-mail, and/or (iv) junk e-mail, containing a message that advertises goods or services. The defining feature of spam is that the e-mail is sent to someone without their prior consent or in the absence of a previous relationship between the sender and the recipient. Spam is the electronic equivalent of the junk mail you receive in your postal mailbox every day or those telemarketers who call at dinner time!

Spam can take several different forms. When someone logs on to Usenet or message boards and sends or posts messages which are unrelated to the topic of discussion, that’s spam. In addition, the sending of an electronic mail message addressed to a recipient with whom the sender 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 constitutes spam. The act of engaging in activities which constitute spam is called spamming.

Other types of Internet abuse may also qualify as spam. Examples include, spamming of chat rooms and spamming via Internet Relay Chat or “Instant Messaging” systems (such as ICQ). In reality, the various methods of spamming will continue to evolve with the Internet as new ways of online communication between people develop.

We Don’t Like Spam

No one likes sorting through junk mail or talking to telemarketers, but spam is even worse! Electronic junk mail costs recipients of spam more time and money than it costs the sender. The unwitting recipient of spam is required to download, sort through, and identify what e-mail is legitimate and what e-mail is junk e-mail, and then discard it. If the recipient pays for Internet access by the hour or minute, then sorting through spam messages leads to increased time online, which translates into higher monthly bills from their Internet Service Provider.

Conduct on the Internet is governed by an unwritten set of rules called ‘Netiquette,’ and one of those rules is that it’s not acceptable to send out unsolicited mass e-mail. Spam can also slow the performance of the Internet. There have been instances where large volumes of spam have slowed down e-mail delivery for hours (or even days!). Spam sometimes causes computers on the Internet to crash. Most importantly, we feel that spamming is just plain rude.

Our Anti-Spam Policy

GetReAssigned’s referral program is meant to encourage people to introduce the benefits of GetReAssigned to their friends and family, and to people with whom they transact with online. We do not intend to, nor do we encourage, the use of spam under any circumstances.

Upon receipt of a credible complaint concerning spamming, GetReAssigned may immediately suspend the membership of the individual who is alleged to have conducted the spamming. A suspension of membership privileges is intended to prevent a possible spammer from continuing to benefit from their activities by prohibiting the registration of referrals or the accruing of additional referral payments. If the spamming incident is not verified after a thorough investigation by GetReAssigned, the suspension may be lifted and all referrals and referral payments which have accrued during the period of suspension will be restored. GetReAssigned may, but is not obligated to, lift a suspension imposed on a member due to alleged spamming activities.

Anyone who is found by GetReAssigned to have spammed other Internet users in an attempt to gain referral bonuses will lose their GetReAssigned membership privileges and their account will be terminated. Any referral bonuses acquired in the spammer’s account will be confiscated by GetReAssigned. Any monies which remain in the spammer’s account after confiscation of referral bonuses will be returned to the account holder.

How to Report Spammers

If you feel that a member of GetReAssigned has spammed you, please contact [email protected] Be sure to include evidence of the spamming such as a copy of the e-mail, posting or message with full message headers and usenet message. It would assist our efforts in confirming your complaint if you include any other information that can be used to identify the parties involved. An incomplete complaint may result in delays in the enforcement of our Anti-Spam Policy.

How do I avoid engaging in Spam when making Referrals?

We created the GetReAssigned Referral Program to reward our members for introducing the GetReAssigned Program to their friends and family, and to people they transact with online. There are many ways in which you can participate in our referral program without resorting to spam. Here are a few guidelines to help you:

* Make sure you know the Person.

You can tell anyone who you know and whom you think might benefit from our service about GetReAssigned.com and the GetReAssigned Program. This includes friends, family, business and other acquaintances. In addition, you should feel free to talk to anyone who asks you for information about GetReAssigned.com or the GetReAssigned Program.

* Spreading the Word!

Email is the fastest and easiest way to tell your friends, family, business and other acquaintances about GetReAssigned.com and the GetReAssigned Program, however, you can also use old-fashioned word-of mouth to tell your friends about us. When you visit the GetReAssigned Referral Center, you will be able to select a referral e-mail that you can personalize or forward as is to interested parties. In the e-mail, we include your User Name, identifying you as the referring party. When your friend enters your User Name when they sign up, you are automatically eligible for a referral bonus whenever they are hired successfully by a GetReAssigned company.

Please use the GetReAssigned Referral Program responsibly. We strictly enforce our Anti Spam Policy!