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Rentalo.com Compliance to Anti-Spam Laws
All commercial emails sent by Rentalo servers are in full compliance with all the commercial requirements as stated by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) CAN-Spam Act: Requirements for Commercial Emailers, as described below:
All our email headers, "From", "To:", and routing information fields, including the originating email and domains are accurate and identify the person or department who initiated the email.
The subject lines are relevant and do not mislead the recipient about the contents or subject matter of the messages.
All Rentalo.com emails provide a return email address or an Internet-based response mechanism that allows a recipient to ask us not to send future email messages to their email address, and we try our best to honor the requests immediately or within a reasonable timeframe. We offer a "menu" of choices to allow recipients to opt out of certain types of messages, and include the option to end any commercial messages from Rentalo.com.
All our email messages contain clear and conspicuous notice that the message is an advertisement or solicitation and that the recipient can opt out of receiving more commercial email from you.
All Rentalo.com emails include a valid physical postal address.
In addtion to the above, Rentalo.com is not involved directly or indirectly in any of the following practices:
- "Harvesting" email addresses from Web sites or Web services that have published a notice prohibiting the transfer of email addresses for the purpose of sending emails.
- Generating email addresses using a "dictionary attack" – combining names, letters, or numbers into multiple permutations.
- Using scripts or other automated ways to register for multiple email or user accounts to send commercial emails.
- Relaying emails through a computer or network without permission.
- Using another computer without authorization and send commercial email from or through it.
-Using a computer to relay or retransmit multiple commercial email messages to deceive or mislead recipients or an Internet access service about the origin of the message.
- Using falsify header information in multiple email messages and initiate the transmission of such messages.
- Registering multiple email accounts or domain names using information that falsifies the identity of the actual registrants.
- Falsely representing ourselves of multiple Internet Protocol addresses that are used to send commercial email messages.