InfoYouAskedFor.com, a service of Aviata, Inc., is in the business of collecting customer product registration information on behalf of various OEM client customers and communicating with end user customers through our ePowerMAIL services. InfoYouAskedFor.com complies with the Department of Commerce's Safe Harbor Principles. Although InfoYouAskedFor.com collects customer information on behalf of our customers, InfoYouAskedFor.com will never rent or sell our OEM client's customer information to third parties.
Note: InfoYouAskedFor.com does not control how our Client Customers use their customers' information. Please refer to our individual Client Partner sites for their privacy statements.
At InfoYouAskedFor.com, we believe in permission-based, email marketing.
Each registration received within the InfoYouAskedFor.com OEM client network provides the customer with the opportunity as to whether or not they would like to receive future information, special offers, and communications via email.
Every email served by InfoYouAskedFor.com on behalf of our client companies contains an opportunity for the customer to decline future communications.
Client-specific and network-wide suppression files are maintained at InfoYouAskedFor.com to ensure that only those customers interested in receiving communications do so.
At any time, 24 hours a day and seven days a week, a customer may contact InfoYouAskedFor.com customer service at email@example.com and request to be removed from future client emails.
How do we avoid "spam"?
We require our client companies to use our emails services for communicating to individuals with whom they already have a relationship. If additional sources of information are used, companies may only send email to individuals who have expressly shared their address for the purpose of receiving offers and information in the future (Often called opt-in lists).
We encourage our client companies to personalize their communication with information that indicates they have an existing relationship with their customer's.
If companies use an external source for communication data, we require those companies to supply the source of their customer data to us in the event recipients complain to us about receiving unsolicited email from us.
We encourage companies to respect their customers' time and attention by controlling the frequency of mailings to individual email addresses.
How can you stop a company from sending you more email?
Each email sent through our services contains an easy, automated way for you to cease receiving email from that sender. If you wish to do this, simply follow the instructions at the end of any email sent through this system.
Where can I learn more about HTML email?
Try these Websites:
InfoYouAskedFor.com welcomes your questions and comments about privacy. Please submit your requests or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.