Anti-Spam Policy - MonsterPay
Anti-Spam Policy

MonsterPay strictly enforces its Anti-Spam Policy. MonsterPay requires that all of our affiliates abide by our Anti-Spam policy and they expressly warrant that they will not engage in spamming.

MonsterPay encourages you to use our service as long as you abide by the User Agreement and MonsterPay's prohibition on spamming and unethical marketing activities. The following are some examples of spamming that may violate the User Agreement and MonsterPay's Anti-Spam Policy:

  • Manipulating identifiers, such as email headers, to disguise the origin of any content transmitted.
  • Relaying email from a third party's mail servers without the permission of that third party.
  • Using or causing to be used MonsterPay’s name and/or logo in the transmission of unsolicited or unauthorized material. This includes any promotional materials, URLs, "junk mail," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of unauthorized solicitation that you may upload, post, email, transmit, or otherwise make available.
  • Using "robots" or otherwise harvesting other's email addresses for purposes of sending unsolicited or unauthorized material.
  • Uploading, posting, emailing, or transmitting the same message, URL, or post multiple times.

Violations of our Terms of Service or this Spam Policy may result in legal action against you and the termination, without notice, of your MonsterPay Account. Nothing in this policy is intended to grant any right to transmit email to or through MonsterPay computer systems. MonsterPay does not waive any rights by the failure to enforce this policy in every instance in which it might apply.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is spam?

Spam is commercial email or unsolicited bulk email, including junk mail, which has not been requested by the recipient, where you have paid them or not. Spam is the opposite of permission-based email.

There are three main types of spam: Usenet, message board, and email. Usenet and message board spam are messages sent or posted which are unrelated to the topic of discussion of the particular news group or message board. Email spam is any electronic mail message that is addressed to a recipient with whom the initiator does not have an existing business or personal relationship or is not sent at the request of, or with the express consent of, the recipient.

There are other types of internet abuse that qualify as spam. These include, but are not limited to, spamming of chat rooms and spamming via internet relay chat or "instant messaging" systems (such as ICQ).

I have received Spam linked to MonsterPay. What should I do?

If you believe you have received a Spam email linked to MonsterPay, please forward it with your contact details to support@MonsterPay.com. Please include any information that can be used to identify the parties involved.

What is MonsterPay's anti-spam policy?

MonsterPay does not condone or engage in Spam and does not tolerate Spam of any sort. MonsterPay's referral program is meant to encourage people to introduce the benefits of MonsterPay to their friends, family and people they transact with online. Anyone who is found to have spammed other internet users in an attempt to gain referral bonuses will lose their MonsterPay account privileges.

Why is spam unethical?

Spam is not merely annoying, it is also a serious drain on the resources of ISPs, other organizations, and Internet users. It takes time to download, sort through, and identify junk mail, and then discard it. If you pay for internet access by the hour or minute, then sorting through spam messages leads to increased time online, which translates into higher monthly bills for you. An e-mail message does not reach its recipient instantaneously; instead, it is relayed by any number of systems en route until it reaches its final destination. Spam mail is often sent out in thousands or hundreds of thousands of copies, to huge numbers of unwitting recipients. This large load of messages often causes network problems and congestion, meaning that third parties as well as message recipients are suffering because some inconsiderate person or company has pumped half a million copies of a message through the Internet.

Spamming is considered rude. Conduct on the internet is governed by an unwritten set of rules called netiquette, and one of those rules is that it's not acceptable to send out unsolicited mass emails.

Will my account balance be confiscated if my account privileges are revoked?

Any referral bonuses that you have acquired through spam will be confiscated. Any funds that remain in your account after we confiscate your bonuses will be sent back to you via EFT from MonsterPay.

Will I lose my Referral Bonus if one of my referrals turns out to be a spammer?

No. We will not penalize you for the irresponsible behaviour of another MonsterPay user. We will however terminate the account of the spammer.