Anti-Spam Policy

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Anti-Spam Policy

Last Updated on May 04 2023

What is Spam?

Spam refers to unsolicited and unwanted messages sent in bulk, typically over electronic communication channels such as email, messaging apps, social media, and forum discussions. These messages are usually advertisements for products or services, scams, phishing attempts, or malicious software. Spam can be annoying, time-wasting, and a potential security risk, especially if the recipients are tricked into opening links or downloading attachments that contain malware or grant unauthorized access to personal data.

Programmed Spam Filtering

All incoming email and other communications are automatically scanned by this site’s messaging systems, which remove any messages that seem to be spam.

Spam Filtering Problems

Because no message filtration system is 100% accurate, occasionally real messages may be excluded by our systems. Please use a different means to contact us if you believe your messages were filtered out.

To prevent your communications from being blocked by our screening system, make sure to follow these steps.

  • Scan messages for malware before sending
  • Send messages in plain text
  • Remove any attachments
  • Avoid phishing phrases

Receiving unsolicited messages from us

Please contact us via the ‘Contact Us‘ page if you ever receive spam from us, and we’ll take immediate action to fix the issue.

Anti-Spam Policy Changes

A new Version of the Anti-spam policy will be posted on the site should it happen that we update it.

Contact Us

For questions and queries, contact us via our contact us page or email us at