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Subject: Re: UKNM: Re: marketing spam
From: Darren Wallace
Date: Tue, 31 Mar 1998 16:58:34 +0100

And as long as the recipient doesn't have to pay for the privilege of
receiving your unsolicited marketing mail - ie via phone bills, in the case
of email users on a dial-up connection, and toner, paper and phone bills
again in the case of faxes.

(Obviously the fax bit isn't illegal in the UK, just a personal gripe).


At 12:20 30/03/98 +0100, you wrote:
>Yes it is, as long as it falls under the Data Protection Act rules with
>regards to lists and list purchase.
>But if its unsolicited, don't expect a low customer acquisition cost or
>for that matter of fact any return on investment!
>Lee Atkinson wrote:
>> but surely its my right to send marketing mail to anyone I like,
>> regardless if it is received digitally, or through the letterbox by
>> postman pat?

Darren Wallace, Marketing Manager
CommerceNet Consortium Ltd.
88 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6AA, UK
darrenatcommercenet [dot] org [dot] uk, 44 (0)171 916 2875(T)
44 (0)171 209 1236(F), 44 (0)410 780 775(GSM)


  RE: UKNM: Re: marketing spam, Lee Atkinson
  Re: UKNM: Re: marketing spam, Ross Sleight

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