Tradesto views the transmission or distribution of any unsolicited bulk or unsolicited commercial e-mails (“Spam”) as a serious and punishable offense. Users of Tradesto services are strictly prohibited to send or cause Spam to be delivered to any customers of Tradesto.
In compliance with the international anti-spam policies, Tradesto prohibits the sending of emails to or through our website or services that contains the following:
Invalid or non-existent domain names
Invalid or forged headers
A third party’s internet domain name, or be transmitted from or through a third party’s equipment, without permission of the third party
Any techniques to otherwise misrepresent, hide or obscure any information in identifying the point of origin or the transmission path
Other means of deceptive addressing
False or misleading information in the subject line or otherwise contain false or misleading content
Fail to comply with additional technical standards described below
Tradesto strictly forbids the harvesting, mining or collection of e-mail addresses or other information about our customers or subscribers through the website or its services. It is also forbidden to use our services in a way that would damage, disable, overburden or impair any aspect of the services or would in any way impede other users’ use and enjoyment of Tradesto services.
Civil, criminal, or administrative penalties may be imposed against the sender and those assisting the sender for the unauthorized use of any Tradesto service, in connection with the transmission of unsolicited e-mail, including the transmission of e-mail that violates this policy.
Violators of the international anti-spam laws according to countries shall be subject to “cease and desist” orders or penalties from the authorities. Criminal prosecution is also possible in the case of outrageous offenders, which can result in penalties such as fines, forfeiture of proceeds and equipment. Offenders can and may also be subjected to imprisonment.
International Requirements By Country
Spam Act 2003, Act No. 129 of 2003 as amended.
Telecommunications Act 2003
Etat des lieux en juillet 2003, July 4, 2003
Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL)
Section 06 of the Regulation of Electronic Communications and Postal Services Law of 2004 (Law 12 (I) / 2004)
Act No. 480/2004
Information Society Service Act
Article 13 of DIRECTIVE 2002/58/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT & COUNCIL of 12 July 2002
Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libert√©s (CNIL), Electronic Mailing and Data Protection (Oct. 14, 1999) (French)
Art. 7 German Unfair Competition Law (Gesetz gegen Unlauteren Wettbewerb) (UWG)
Article 11.7 of the Dutch Telecommunications Act and Dutch Data Protection Act.
Swedish Marketing Act (Swedish Code of Statutes, SFS 1995:450).
Personal Data Act (Swedish Code of Statutes, SFS 1998:204).
The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) Regulations
CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (15 U.S.C. 7701, et seq., Public Law No. 108-187, was S.877 of the 108th United States Congress)