PERSONAL AND NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION
WHAT IS NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION AND HOW IS IT COLLECTED AND USED?
Non personal information is information that cannot identify you. If you visit this web site to read information, such as information about one of our services, we may collect certain non-personal information about you from your computer’s web browser. Because non-personal information cannot identify you or be tied to you in any way, there are no restrictions on the ways that we can use or share non-personal information. What is personal information and how is it collected? Personal information is information that identifies you as an individual, such as your name, mailing address, e-mail address, telephone number, and fax number. We may collect personal information from you in a variety of ways: • When you send us an application or other form • When you conduct a transaction with us, our affiliates, or others • When we collect information about in you in support of a transaction, such as credit card information • In some places on this web site you have the opportunity to send us personal information about yourself, to elect to receive particular information, to purchase access to one of our products or services, or to participate in an activity.
ARE COOKIES OR OTHER TECHNOLOGIES USED TO COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION?
You have the ability to accept or decline cookies. Most Web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can usually modify your browser setting to decline cookies if you prefer. If you choose to decline cookies, you may not be able to fully experience the interactive features of the H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE websites you visit.
HOW DOES H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE USE PERSONAL INFORMATION?
H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE may keep and use personal information we collect from or about you to provide you with access to this web site or other products or services, to respond to your requests, to bill you for products/services you purchased, and to provide ongoing service and support, to contact you with information that might be of interest to you, including information about products and services of ours and of others, or ask for your opinion about our products or the products of others, for record keeping and analytical purposes and to research, develop and improve programs, products, services and content.
Personal information collected online may be combined with information you provide to us through other sources We may also remove your personal identifiers (your name, email address, social security number, etc). In this case, you would no longer be identified as a single unique individual. Once we have de-identified information, it is non-personal information and we may treat it like other non-personal information. Finally, we may use your personal information to protect our rights or property, or to protect someone’s health, safety or welfare, and to comply with a law or regulation, court order or other legal process.
DOES H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH OTHERS?
We will not sell, exchange or publish your personal information, except in conjunction with a corporate sale, merger, dissolution, or acquisition. For some sorts of transactions, in addition to our direct collection of information, our third party service vendors (such as credit card companies, clearinghouses and banks) who may provide such services as credit, insurance, and escrow services may collect personal information directly from you to assist you with your transaction. We do not control how these third parties use such information, but we do ask them to disclose how they use your personal information before they collect it.
If you submit a review for a third party (person or business) using our Facebook Fan Review Application, during the submission process we ask your permission to gather your basic information (such as name and email address) which we then share with the third party for whom you are submitting the review. We may be legally compelled to release your personal information in response to a court order, subpoena, search warrant, law or regulation.
We may cooperate with law enforcement authorities in investigating and prosecuting web site visitors who violate our rules or engage in behavior, which is harmful to other visitors (or illegal). We may disclose your personal information to third parties if we feel that the disclosure is necessary to protect our rights or property, protect someone’s health, safety or welfare, or to comply with a law or regulation, court order or other legal process. As discussed in the section on cookies and other technologies, from time to time we may allow a third party to serve advertisements on this web site.
HOW IS PERSONAL INFORMATION USED FOR COMMUNICATIONS?
We may contact you periodically by e-mail, mail or telephone to provide information regarding programs, products, services and content that may be of interest to you. In addition, some of the features on this web site allow you to communicate with us using an online form. If your communication requests a response from us, we may send you a response via e-mail. The e-mail response or confirmation may include your personal information. We cannot guarantee that our e-mails to you will be secure from unauthorized interception.
HOW IS PERSONAL INFORMATION SECURED?
We have implemented generally accepted standards of technology and operational security in order to protect personally-identifiable information from loss, misuse, alteration, or destruction. Only authorized personnel and third party vendors have access to your personal information, and these employees and vendors are required to treat this information as confidential. Despite these precautions, we cannot guarantee that unauthorized persons will not obtain access to your personal information.
This site contains links to other sites that provide information that we consider to be interesting. H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites.
This site may provide public discussions on various business valuation topics. Please note that any information you post in these discussions will become public, so please do not post sensitive information in the public discussions. Whenever you publicly disclose information online, that information could be collected and used by others. We are not responsible for any action or policies of any third parties who collect information that users disclose in any such forums on the web site. H TECHNOLOGIES/HEMAILER SOFTWARE does not agree or disagree with anything posted on the discussion board. Also remember that you must comply with our other published policies regarding postings on our public forums.
HOW CAN A USER ACCESS, CHANGE, AND/OR DELETE PERSONAL INFORMATION?
You may access, correct, update, and/or delete any personally-identifiable information that you submit to the web site. You may also unsubscribe from mailing lists or any registrations on the web site. To do so, please either follow instructions on the page of the web site on which you have provided such information or subscribed or registered or contact us at
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Hemailer Pro Email Policy Guidelines (Partners Policy Compliance )
Last Updated: August 2, 2021
This Email Policy applies to the email Services (“Twilio SendGrid Email”). Email recipients expect that the emails they want to receive will reach them, unhindered by filtering or other blockers. An important step Twilio and its customers can take to make that expectation a reality is to prevent and eliminate unwanted emails. To that end, Twilio strives to work with its customers so that emails are sent to recipients that wish to receive those emails and those emails comply with applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards or guidance.
This Email Policy is part of and central to Twilio’s Acceptable Use Policy. This Email Policy covers the following areas:
- Compliance with Laws
- Consent (“opt-in”)
- Sender Identification
- Revocation of Consent (“opt-out”)
- Prohibited Content
- Prohibited Actions
- Deliverability Risk
- Creation of Multiple Accounts
- Age Gating
Compliance with Laws
You and your end users and customers must comply with this Email Policy and all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards or guidance in connection with your use, or your end users’ or customers’ use, of Twilio SendGrid Email. You are responsible for your end users’ and customers’ use of Twilio SendGrid Email.
- You will obtain opt-in consent from a recipient prior to sending emails to that recipient to the extent required by applicable law or regulation.
- You will not use purchased or rented email lists or email lists of recipients that have not affirmatively consented (i.e., opted in) to receive emails from Customer
- Where applicable law or regulation requires opt-in consent for emails, proof of such consent should be retained by you in accordance with the applicable law or regulation and at least until the email recipient opts out of receiving emails.
- Country specific consent requirements, such as double opt-in, use of pre-checked consent boxes from consumers to assume consent, and customers misconstruing consent by inaction or silence should be adhered to based on laws or regulations in the applicable jurisdiction.
- Every email you send must (a) clearly identify and accurately represent yourself or your organization if you are the sender (i.e., the party that obtained the opt-in consent from a recipient or the party that is initiating the email), and (b) include a clear non-deceptive subject line, which accurately describes the content and purpose of the email (e.g. email is an advertisement or promotion)
Revocation of Consent (“opt-out”)
All commercial or promotional emails that you send to an individual must include the following in the body of each email:
- An accurate physical mailing address in the body of the email, an address where unsubscribe requests can be physically mailed;
- A clear and conspicuous unsubscribe link; and
Individuals must have the ability to revoke consent to receive further non-legally required notices at any time. When an individual opts out, you must honor the request within 10 days or the timeframe required by the applicable law or regulation, whichever is shortest. An individual must provide opt-in consent before you can send any additional emails.
The key to ensuring that email remains a great channel for communication and innovation is preventing abusive use of email platforms. That means we never allow certain types of content via Twilio SendGrid Email, even if our customers get consent from recipients for received content. Twilio’s Acceptable Use Policy prohibits sending any content that is illegal or content that is harmful, unwanted, inappropriate, objectionable, confirmed to be criminal misinformation, or otherwise poses a threat to the public, even if the content is permissible by law.
Examples of prohibited content include, but are not limited to:
- Pornography/sexually explicit content;
- Misinformation about products claiming to prevent, treat, or cure health issues (such as illness or disease) that have not been approved by the applicable government authority;
- Escort services, mail-order bride/spouse finders, international marriage brokers, and other similar sites and services;
- Advertising for prescription medication that cannot legally be sold over-the-counter;
- Hate speech, harassment, exploitative, defamatory, obscene, abusive, or any communications that originate from a hate, terrorist, or violent extremism group;
- Content that is fraudulent or meant to mislead the recipient (e.g., phishing emails);
- Malicious content intended to harm, such as malware or viruses;
- Any content that is designed to intentionally evade filters.
You and your end users and customers are prohibited from using Twilio SendGrid Email in the following ways:
- using third party email addresses, domain names without proper consent or authorization from the third party;
- sending emails that result in an unacceptable number of spam or unsolicited email complaints;
- disguising, falsifying, or manipulating the origin, subject matter, headers, or transmission path information of any email;
- sending chain letters, pyramid schemes, or other fraudulent or deceptive content to a recipient;
- using any tracking technologies (e.g., tracking pixels or cookies) in emails sent to a recipient prior to obtaining consent from that recipient to the extent and in the manner required by applicable law or regulation; and
- evading mechanisms, filters, and detection capabilities designed to identify unwanted emails.
Some content or sending practices are not illegal or prohibited but are highly likely to face deliverability issues. High rates of deliverability problems and third-party complaints (e.g., consumer or recipient complaints or complaints from inbox providers) may negatively affect the performance of Twilio SendGrid Email and Twilio’s business reputation. As such, email content or sending practices that generate such outcomes may lead to Twilio’s refusal to deliver emails or account suspension. Examples of content that may be at risk for increased monitoring and potential deliverability issues include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Emails related to work-at-home hoaxes, get rich quick schemes, and make money online schemes;
- Unsolicited lead generation opportunities;
- Gambling services;
- Multi-level and affiliate marketing;
- Credit repair and get-out-of-debt opportunities;
- Multimedia Messaging Service; MM3 Stage 3 for Internet Mail Exchange;
- Selling “Likes” or followers for a social media platform; and
- Cryptocurrencies, virtual currencies, and any digital assets related to an Initial Coin Offering.
Creation of Multiple Accounts
All Twilio SendGrid Email customers are prohibited from creating an excessive number of accounts for the purposes of circumventing internal controls. In general, accounts are limited to one free and one paid Twilio SendGrid email account per customer with Subusers and Teammates to segregate usage as appropriate.
If you are sending email in any way related to alcohol, firearms, gambling, tobacco, cannabis, or other adult content, then you must ensure that the recipient is at least of legal age to provide consent to receive such an email based on where the recipient is located. You need to be able to provide proof that age gating is in place.