Anti-Spam Policy

  1. Introduction

    Spam is unsolicited electronic mail (email). FreeServe.com.au has a zero-tolerance spam policy.

    FreeServe.com.au sends regular emails to its members. If you receive email from FreeServe.com.au it is because you have opted-in to receive those emails, either directly on our website or via a third party website.

  2. Unsubscribe

    All emails sent by FreeServe.com.au include a prominent unsubscribe link. To stop receiving emails from FreeServe.com.au, simply click the link on the email. Alternatively, you can unsubscribe here. We process unsubscribe requests as soon as possible, but please allow up to seven days for all emails from FreeServe.com.au to stop.

  3. Third-Party Emails

    FreeServe.com.au may use third parties to promote offers to the its Members via email messages. These emails are sent by the third party to recipients who have agreed to receive offers as laid out in the privacy policy and terms and conditions of FreeServe.com.au. All third parties hired by FreeServe.com.au are checked and monitored to make sure they comply with the same standards as FreeServe.com.au.

    FreeServe.com.au may hire a third party advertiser to promote the FreeServe.com.au website in email messages. These emails are sent by the third party to recipients who have opted-in to that third party. All third parties hired by FreeServe.com.au are checked and monitored to make sure they comply with the same standards as FreeServe.com.au.

  4. Unwanted Messages

    If you receive an email message that you think is spam, sent from FreeServe.com.au or sent on behalf of FreeServe.com.au, please let us know the details using the contact methods below. We will then investigate the matter.

  5. Further Information

    If you have questions regarding this anti-spam policy, please contact FreeServe.com.au by clicking here.

    Contact FreeServe.com.au or by post:

    FreeServe.com.au
    Unit 1,
    80 - 82 White Lion St,
    London,
    N1 9PF