How to Opt-In: Canadian Anti-Spam Information
Monday, September 15, 2014
If you are located in Canada, you may be wondering why you are no longer receiving email communications from Onboard Systems. Due to the Canadian anti-spam legislation that went into effect on July 1, 2014, we needed to remove some of our Canadian operators from the subscription list to this newsletter.
That's because the new anti-spam laws require businesses to maintain written proof that all of the contacts on emails into Canada have opted-in to an email list. We did send out a few emails and a postcard follow-up mailer to all of our Canadian customers with a link to an opt-in form, but after July 1st, all Canadian contacts who had not completed the opt-in form were automatically purged from the subscriber list of this newsletter.
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