No Spam, please !
To reach its goal of providing the best business class web hosting
services to our users, Ozone Web Hosting offers users a full range
of commercial hosting services. Abuse of these services is considered a
violation of our Terms of Service/AUP ("Contract Agreement" You have
executed before the service was started.) One of the most serious abuses
is using your account to send unsolicited commercial e-mail, otherwise
known as "spam." The following are examples of spam and are blatantly
contrary to our TOS/AUP.
Inappropriate Newsgroup Activities:
Should you violate Ozone Web Hosting 's SPAM Policies, you WILL be
charged $200 per hour for the time it takes us to "clean-up" your SPAM.
This shall include but not be limited to the time required to answer
e-mail from angry recipients of your SPAM and/or repair of a damaged
server due to the "Mail Bombing" or other actions of the angry
recipients in retaliation of your SPAM. You will also be charged $20 per
gigabyte of data transfer that your SPAM incurred, including bandwidth
used by answers to or complaints about your SPAM. We will invoice this
amount and should it not be paid, we will take legal action against you
in court, and/or we will contact a collection agency to recover the
funds. Please note also that it is now considered a crime to send UCE
(unsolicited commercial e-mail) as it falls into the category of "junk
faxes." Ozone Web Hosting will turn over all names and personal
information to the proper local, state, federal, and international
officials of any person who violates this policy.
We are not attempting to censor, nor are we attempting to curtail the business of our customers. But as a whole, spamming hurts our members and us more than it helps the one spammer. Do yourself, and us, a favor: PLEASE DON'T DO IT.
If you know of any Ozone Web Hosting client that is or might be violating this policy, please send a message or, if possible, forward the SPAM or UCE in full (including headers) to mark [at]o3hosting.com
For more legal info on spam please visit the FTC Anti Spam site.