What does the GetResponse Permission SEAL™ stand for?
The GetResponse Permission SEAL™ guarantees that the website where you recently subscribed belongs to a customer who follows the best practices of permission-based email marketing.
How does the GetResponse Permission SEAL™ work in practice?
Every GetResponse customer must abide by the following rules to ensure that your inbox and privacy are 100% safe:
- You will only receive the emails that you permitted upon subscription. Our customer will honor your permission.
- Your email address will never be shared with any 3rd parties and you will receive only the type of content for which you signed up.
- You will receive 100% CAN-SPAM compliant emails that obey the GetResponse anti-spam policy.
- You can unsubscribe at any time with a click on the link provided in every GetResponse email footer.
We add an unsubscribe footer to every email sent by our customers to their subscribers (such as yourself).
Once you click on the unsubscribe link in the footer, you will be immediately directed to a page where you can manage your subscription by resigning from further email offers or remaining subscribed.
When you click on the "Unsubscribe" option, your email address will be instantly removed from the mailing list and all further communication will cease.
GetResponse anti-spam and compliance efforts
At GetResponse, we are constantly striving to ensure that no spam is sent from our email servers. In fact, we have zero-tolerance for spam.
We manage advanced automated systems a well as human verification processes in order to take immediate action whenever we see potential risk of irrelevant or undesired content being sent.
These practices keep the risk of receiving unsolicited content to a minimum and protect the reputation of both the sender and of GetResponse as a provider of permission- based email marketing solution.
To ensure the highest compliance with permission email marketing standards, we exchange knowledge and experience with email industry and anti-spam organizations such as the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group, the Email Service Provider Coalition (ESPC), Surety Mail and Email Experience Council, all of which promote responsible, solicited email marketing.
Report suspicious content
If you believe that you did not give explicit consent to receive the confirmation message we delivered to your email address, or if you have received spam from this customer, please report it to our Compliance Team at your earliest convenience.