Pacific Prime takes a strong stance against spam - an unsolicited email, or UCE (Unsolicited Commercial Email). As such, Pacific Prime forbids the sending of mass emails or unsolicited emails of any kind. Only by sending emails to those who have requested to receive them are users following globally accepted permission-based email guidelines.
Pacific Prime’s email systems scan incoming messages for spam. If a message is identified to be spam, it is filtered from non-spam messages and not delivered to the intended recipient.
That said, no message filtering system functions with 100% accuracy. From time-to-time, legitimate messages might be filtered out. If you believe that your message to Pacific Prime has been filtered by our spam filter please advise the intended recipient by another means. You can lower the likelihood that your email is wrongly identified as spam by scanning the message for malware, removing attachments, and sending the message in plain text as opposed to HTML.
Spam from users
None of the systems or facilities provided by Pacific Prime are meant for the sending of spam either to Pacific Prime, our employees, our members or the users of our website or other online offerings, whether a message's intent is commercial in nature or not.
Possible spam from Pacific Prime
If you suspect that Pacific Prime and our message servers have been used by someone to send spam, report the activity to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will investigate the matter further. If you are receiving spam from Pacific Prime, or would like to leave a comment or question, then contact us below.
Changes to spam policy
We may amend this anti-spam policy at any time by publishing a new version on this website.