Matt Perry/PerryPropertyAdvisors.com website does not condone nor support
spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail) because we realize it wastes
everyone's time and resources. Further, as the practice of spam grows,
the value of email as a communications medium will be diminished. So,
we do not allow the PerryPropertyAdvisors.com website to send e-mail to
people who have not requested it or with whom they do not already have
an existing relationship. For any customer to do so is a violation of
our license agreement and can result in account termination.
Why were you sent email you do not want? There are a few possibilities:
1) You signed up on the PerryPropertyAdvisors.com website and forgot.
You have an existing relationship with our website (perhaps you
purchased something, requested a Special Report, or used our services).
3) Someone signed you up to a newsletter or service without your permission.
What can you do?
the link at the bottom of the message you received. If you click on the
"remove" link at the end of the message, you will be automatically
removed from our customers' subscriber list.
To report abusive email
activity, send an email to matt@ PerryPropertyAdvisors.com
How do you protect the online community from spam originating from your servers?
only send email to individuals who have provided their email address
and indicated their interest in receiving offers and information in the
future. In addition, we try to personalize our communication with
information that indicates we have this existing relationship with
do not allow the PerryPropertyAdvisors.com website to send newsletters to
people who have not requested them. Our standard license agreement
states, in part: "…it is inappropriate (and possibly illegal) to use
unsolicited e-mail or spam to your list."
use specific tools to make sure no one is signed up to a newsletter
against their wishes. Removal links are always added to the bottom of
every outgoing message.
take every spam report seriously. Each incident of reported spam is
considered in the context of the customer's entire behavior using our
What happens when the PerryPropertyAdvisors.com website is accused of spamming?
When we receive a complaint of spam, we immediately check to see if
this same website is receiving an inordinate number of such complaints.
If, after reviewing complaints, we find this mailing list questionable,
we will restrict access to our services until we have been faxed an
affidavit stating that the website in question is in compliance with
our e-mail policies and is not sending spam. An authorized
representative of the company must sign this before the use of our
e-mailing service is reinstated.
3. Finally, if a website violates this agreement or refuses to sign it, we will refuse to do business with them.
Why don't you just cut off any website member who gets a spam complaint?
do so would be unfair to our customer and compromise legitimate e-mail
communications. There are a number of possible scenarios where a
customer might be accused of spamming when, indeed, this customer is
fully within his or her rights. In some cases, the complaint could come
from a disgruntled employee, dissatisfied customer or competitor
wishing to interfere with the customer's business, and in many other
cases, we'' receive a spam inquiry from someone who simply forgot he or
she signed up for the opt-in mail-list.
we have to judge each case on its merits. We wouldn't be serving our
customers to refuse business from anyone based on a single report of
How do I contact you for more information?
Please e-mail any questions or concerns to matt@ PerryPropertyAdvisors.com. Thank you!