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Identity Designs does not condone nor partake in SPAM or spamming to solicit your business. If you have received an e-mail from Identity Designs or any of our associates or affiliates please review your actions from the past three months to see if you have ever submitted an inquiry to us or done business with us or any of our affiliates. Doing so may have inadvertently given us permission to send you e-mail and therefore disqualifies it as SPAM. However, any notification from you to cease and desist any and all solicitations is easy to do and will permanently remove your e-mail address from our database. We do not sell, share, or release any of your information.
If you received our monthly newsletter and do not remember subscribing to it you may unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of the newsletter you received to permanently remove your e-mail from our database. However, it is a requirement to partake in our promotional offers, or to be an affiliate, associate, or franchisee of Identity Designs. Removing your e-mail from our database will remove you from the program you are enrolled in.
- 86% of the addresses posted to web pages receive spam.
- 86% of the addresses posted to newsgroups receive spam.
- 50% of addresses posted on free personal web page services receive spam.
- Use a unique e-mail address - Pick an address that is hard for spammers to guess and easy for you to remember. Also, if chatting online, use a unique screen name that is not associated with your e-mail address.
- Use multiple e-mail addresses - Consider creating separate addresses or accounts that can be used for online purchases, chat rooms and other public postings. You can also use a free forwarding address.
- "Mask" your e-mail address - If you post your e-mail address online consider masking your address. There are several ways to correctly mask your address and thwart spammers.
- If it sounds too good to be true, - it probably is. Fraudsters, scammers, and crooks take advantage of people via unwanted e-mail.
- Use tools to help prevent spam - Learn about tools that can filter or tag spam before it fills your e-mail inbox.