BorderBound Privacy Policy

Permission Marketing Policy This permission marketing policy contains terms that are applicable to BorderBound, BorderBound's clients, and our clients' customers. Our clients use BorderBound's services as a solution to deliver permission-based personalized communications to their prospects and customers. BorderBound expressly forbids any of our clients from using BorderBound product to deliver unsolicited commercial email and unsolicited bulk email. The term "commercial email" as used in this permission marketing policy does not include administrative email such as shipping notifications, employee notices, notices required by regulation or law, invoices, account statements, and order confirmations. How does BorderBound avoid "spam"? Each client who uses BorderBound enters into a service agreement with BorderBound agreeing to comply with this permission marketing policy and all laws related to unsolicited email ("spam"). BorderBound thoroughly investigates any complaint that a client is delivering unsolicited commercial email. BorderBound requires its clients to provide it with the opt-in information of the individual who submitted a complaint of receiving unsolicited commercial email. This opt-in information includes, at a minimum, the name of the individual, the date & time the individual opted in, and the URL and Internet Protocol address of the machine that the individual opted in from. Reports of a client sending unsolicited email may result in the suspension or termination of the client's access to BorderBound's services. How does BorderBound protect your privacy? BorderBound employs strict security measures to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of data placed on the BorderBound network. For additional details, review our Privacy Policy. How can you stop a company from sending you more email? All commercial email sent using BorderBound must include clear instructions on how the recipient can unsubscribe from receiving future commercial email. BorderBound understands that many illegitimate online marketers use unsubscribe links to verify whether an email address is valid, but BorderBound does not allow the delivery of unsolicited commercial email through its network. Therefore, if you follow the unsubscribe instructions in the email, BorderBound will work with the client to make sure that you do not receive future email. If you have difficulty unsubscribing from a client's email campaigns using the instructions provided in the email, or if you have questions regarding the opt-out mechanism or would like to receive additional information about BorderBound or our services, please contact BorderBound at comments@borderbound.net. Have any comments on our permission marketing policy? Please send your suggestions on how BorderBound can improve this policy to comments@borderbound.net.

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