NCMA Anti-Spam Policy
One of NCMA’s core values is to provide tools, resources, and opportunities for our customers and especially our members. The problem of increasing spam has led us to formulate a spam policy to protect NCMA staff, officers, and members.
If you are a member and would like to report a spam incident, you can send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NCMA does not:
- Permit unsolicited e-mails to be sent to any e-mail addresses published on our Web site(s). If you are not sure who to contact, please refer your question to email@example.com.
- Authorize the harvesting, mining, or collection of e-mail addresses published on our Web site(s).
- Provide technical support to customers or members, nor manage any of our customers’ or members’ e-mail services and applications.
NCMA advises its customers and members to:
- Never respond to spam e-mail.
- Block the sender and/or sender’s domain (@senderscompany.com) in your e-mail program’s spam or junk mail filter.
- Regularly scan and clean your computer for malicious software. Malicious programs such as spy-ware or ad-ware are known to capture information on your computer, such as your e-mail addresses. For more information on this topic, see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spyware.
- Report spam activity to your e-mail provider, network administrator, and Internet service provider.
- Purchase a third party spam filter program.
To report spam activity through other legal channels:
- Learn more about the FTC Spam Policy.
- Forward spam directly to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) at firstname.lastname@example.org, or submit a complaint through the FTC.
- FBI and Cyber Crime reporting