Say “no” to SPAM

In: Business Basics

6 Nov 2009

Salam and Peace to you

Just a reminder about SPAM:spam

  • It is considered SPAM when you contact numerous other Salam Business Club members with an identical message or near identical message, under the pretense of “making a new business contact”, when there is actually no obvious reason for this contact.
  • It is considered SPAM when you contact numerous other Salam Business Club members and try to sell them something. We are not an e-commerce site, we are a business networking site that promotes new business contacts through common links and connections.
  • It is considered SPAM when you contact any Salam Business Club member and hassle them to link with you.

We are a professional business networking site and we expect our members to act professionally at all times. If you request an “add to contacts” it is up to the other member to decide whether they wish to be linked to you or not. If they see no apparent business or social benefit then they can discreetly decline.
That’s how the whole networking thing works! There must always be a valid reason for requesting an “add to contacts” and it should be clearly stated in the message you send.

To report Spammers feel free to contact us here or connect with me here and tell me who is spamming you!

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