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Spam victims, you will find our position on spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail) from the information below, in addition to some ways in which you can confront spam-related problems.Correctly identify the origin of the spam
Do you think that TweakMarketing is responsible for the spam?
The sender or the recipient of the spam has an address that ends in …@tweakmarketing.com: spammers often use fake names. TweakMarketing does not spam, maintain a list of it's customers for spammers, and does not sell such lists to third parties.
These addresses in the "To" and "From" fields are simply faked, and definitely do not mean that TweakMarketing created or sent the spam. To find the real address of who sent the spam, you need to look at all the "headers" and examine this information.
What can I do to fight spam?
- Complain to the legal authorities. It's the best civilized method in the anti-spam 'war'.
Most of all countries have a specific anti-spam laws.
Sending unsolicited email advertisements to TweakMarketing computer systems will use or cause to be used TweakMarketing server located in US. Any unauthorized use of TweakMarketing computer system is a violation of the certain federal and state laws, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030 et seq.). Such violations may subject the sender and his or her agents to civil and criminal penalties.