What is spam?
E-mails sent without request are referred to as ‘spam’. Sending spam e-mails to individuals is illegal. You may send e-mails to people who have given their permission for you to do so. The sending of unwanted e-mails to businesses is also a problem. There are exceptions to the rule banning spam; a business that has received your e-mail address upon your purchasing a product or service may use your e-mail address, even if you have not given your consent for them to do so.
Moshi-Toshi and spam
Nobody enjoys receiving unwanted masses of e-mails, and spammers can count on receiving very little sympathy. Moshi-Toshi is a platform for newsletters. Although we send no newsletters ourselves, we consider ourselves duty-bound to attempt to counteract spam.
The rules for using our platform go further than local legislation. Moshi-Toshi clients may send absolutely no unwanted mail to anybody. Should you do this, Moshi-Toshi will act swiftly and appropriately against you.
We only deal with businesses
For this reason, only businesses (no individuals) are granted licences to Moshi-Toshi.
. We will then begin an investigation and will contact you over the matter within three working days