Anti-spam Policy


BizConnector takes the issue of spam on the Internet very seriously.

What is Spam?
The definition of “spam” is a tricky issue, with as many strongly held opinions as many other age old questions such as “the number of angels who can dance on the head of a pin” and “chicken versus egg.” For example, many define spam as unsolicited electronic mail sent in bulk. Others believe “bulkness” is irrelevant, and merely a matter of whether the message sent was solicited. For more information visit The Coalition Against Unsolicited Email (,, Cloudmark, Spam Laws, (and others).

BizConnector has a no tolerance spam policy. We actively monitor large import lists and emails. Any customer violating our Anti-Spam Policy will be immediately suspended from use of our service. If you know of or suspect any violators, please notify us immediately at

How to protect yourself from Spam: Take the Spam Test
If you evidence any of these conditions you are in danger of being labeled as a spammer. :

  1. Importing a purchased list of any kind
  2. Sending to non-specific addresses such as: ‘sales@’, ‘info@’ followed by the domain (eg.
  3. Mailing to anyone who has not explicitly agreed to join your mailing list
  4. Falsifying your originating address
  5. Using a third party email address or domain name without their permission
  6. Subject line containing false or misleading information
  7. Lack of a working link in your email for recipients who wish to unsubscribe

If you have any questions regarding our Anti-Spam Policy, please contact us at (or +1 877 896-8126)