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About SPAM

President George W. Bush signed a bill into law on December 16, 2003 restricting junk commercial email, or spam.

The law, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2004 bans the sending of bulk commercial e-Mail using false identities and misleading subject lines. It will also require all commercial e-Mail messages to include a valid postal address and give recipients the opportunity to opt out of receiving more messages.

Since The Black Commentator published its first issue on April 5, 2002 we have never sent any e-Mail using a false identity or misleading subject line. In addition every e-Mail message we have ever sent included a valid method giving recipients the opportunity to permanently and immediately opt out of receiving more messages.

Our postal address has existed on our Re-Print Policy page for some time. Beginning with the notification of publication e-Mail message on December 18, 2003 our postal address is included.

Our postal address is:

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BlackCommentator.com
1065 S. Pinellas Ave #338
Tarpon Springs FL 34689

Please send documents to us via email only.
We do not process paper between offices.

Our voicemail number is: 856.823.1739

Our Fax Number is: 413.513.5178

(Note: Please send documents to us via email only.  Paper is virtually useless in the electronic world.)

Spammers pretend to be someone they are not, change IP addresses constantly and most often cannot be contacted.

We at The Black Commentator are who we say we are and plan on keeping it real.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

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