Unsolicited Advertisements & Unsolicited Contests

Modified on Sat, Feb 18, 2023 at 1:25 PM

Unsolicited Advertisements & Unsolicited Contests 

Both unsolicited advertisements and unsolicited content are strictly prohibited on Spoutible. Unsolicited advertisements are defined as any form of advertising that is not specifically requested or permitted by the recipient. Unauthorized contests are defined as any contests or promotions that are not specifically authorized by the platform, and that violate the platform's terms of service. 

The following conduct is strictly prohibited on the platform: 

  • Unsolicited Advertisements: Posting, sending, or otherwise distributing unsolicited advertisements or spam to users on the platform is strictly prohibited.
  • Unauthorized Contests: Hosting or promoting unauthorized contests or promotions on the platform is strictly prohibited. 
  • Scams or Fraudulent Activities: Engaging in scams or fraudulent activities, such as phishing, pyramid schemes, or other deceptive practices, is strictly prohibited. 

Examples of unsolicited advertisements & unsolicited contests on Spoutible may include: 

  1. Unsolicited Advertisements: An example of an unsolicited advertisement is a user receiving a direct message from another user promoting a product or service without their consent. 
  2. Unauthorized Contests: An example of an unauthorized contest is a user hosting a giveaway on the platform without obtaining the Spoutible’s prior approval, or in violation of the Spoutible’s terms of service.
  3. Phishing Scams: An example of a phishing scam is a user receiving a message on the platform that appears to be from a legitimate source but is actually an attempt to steal sensitive information such as login credentials or financial information.
  4. Pyramid Schemes: An example of a pyramid scheme is a user promoting a multi-level marketing opportunity on the platform, in which participants earn money primarily by recruiting others into the program, rather than by selling a product or service.
  5. Deceptive Practices: An example of a deceptive practice is a user posting false or misleading information on the platform, such as claiming to have a cure for a serious medical condition or promoting a fake investment opportunity. 

If you come across a post, account, or any other content that you believe violates this policy, please report it to us. Spoutible will review all reports and take appropriate action, including but not limited to removal of the content, disabling the user's account, and reporting the user to law enforcement if necessary. 

Users are solely responsible for the content they post and share on Spoutible and must comply with this policy and all applicable laws. 

This policy may be updated from time to time to reflect changes in the law or best practices. 

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