Our Anti-Spam Policy prohibits the use of unsolicited, bulk, or indiscriminate electronic communications, commonly known as spam. This includes emails, messages, and other communications sent for commercial purposes without prior consent. We use spam-filtering technologies to screen incoming messages, which may result in legitimate messages being filtered out.

By reading and agreeing to this Anti-Spam Policy, you also confirm that you have read and accepted our Terms and Conditions. The definition of spam used in this policy is in line with the Directive on Privacy and electronic communications (2002/58/EC), also known as the ‘ePrivacy Directive’.

We take spam seriously and have a zero-tolerance policy towards it. We will terminate any affiliation or partner relations with any network engaged in spamming, and we will not enter into any relationship with anyone who does not take this matter seriously.

We will not use any unsolicited bulk email, instant message spam, newsgroup spam, spam in blogs, wiki spam, mobile phone messaging spam, internet forum spam, unsolicited fax transmissions, file sharing network spam, or unsolicited posts on social networking sites like Instagram and Facebook.

Our messaging systems scan all incoming emails and messages for spam. However, no system is 100% accurate, and legitimate messages may occasionally be filtered out. If you believe your message has been incorrectly filtered, please inform the recipient through another means.

To reduce the risk of your message being caught by our spam filters, we recommend sending messages in plain text, removing attachments, and scanning for malware before sending.

If you receive any message that you consider to be spam from or using our systems or services, please contact us immediately using the details provided below, and we will investigate the matter.

We reserve the right to amend this Anti-Spam Policy at any time by publishing a new version on our website.