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National Do Not Email Registry

Warning about Junk email! When you Receive junk mail and if you notice any link to unsubscribe from their list, Do not click on the links like "Please remove me" or "remove me" or "unsubscribe". Those links might submit your email to some other subscriptions as a valid email address so that they can sell your mail id as an active and valid email address.

Register in National Do Not Email Registry The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003: National Do Not Email Registry: The Federal Trade Commission on June 15th told Congress that, at the present time, a National Do Not Email Registry would fail to reduce the amount of spam consumers receive, might increase it, and could not be enforced effectively. New System to Verify Origins of E-Mail Must Emerge Before “Do Not Spam” List Can Be Implemented, FTC Tells Congress.
Click Here to read complete article posted in FTC website.

National Do Not Email Registry Report to Congress June 2004 (PDF Format)

Register in National Do Not Email Registry Bogus National Do Not Email Registry's : We have found that the website called is offering 'National Do Not Email Registry' service which is just a mirror copy to 'National Do Not Call Registry' website, but this site is not operated by the government. The WHOIS website registration information doesn't provide enough information to confirm that this website is official website for 'National Do Not Email Registry' operated by FTC of United states to implement CAN-SPAM Law.

In that website once you have submitted your email address to register for National Do Not Email Registry, you will receive a link to confirm your addition to the National Do Not Email Registry. Also you will see that "E-Mail Marketers which use this Registry should not send offers to your E-mail address once it has been in the Registry for more than 48 hours. If you are still receiving unwanted emails, you may file a complaint at National Do Not Email Registry Website".

In one of the forums users reported that they are receiving more junk mails after they have submitted their email address to the above mentioned site.

An Article posted in abcnews website also confirms that there is no official website has been launched by FTC.

We have also found an article posted in that says about other organization calling itself the "National Anti Spam Registry." The site is filled with American flags and the Statue of Liberty and references to the recently-signed and about to go into effect federal CAN-SPAM act. But the WHOIS website registration information for is also indicates that this website is not operated by the government.

Email that we receive from marketers, trying to make us buy something we don't want or need, usually medications or pornography or to donate money to a "worthy cause" and other senders with no contact information and unsubscribe information.
Read more details at Federal Trade Commission SPAM Information site about the Spaming.

The United States Government has taken notice of the Spam and recently passed an act called the "can-spam act", (short for Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act). Passed by President Bush on Dec 16th 2003, it went into effect on Jan 1st 2004.
In a word, the law establishes the first national standards for the sending of commercial e-mail and charges the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) with enforcement. The law promises to crack down on unsolicited commercial e-mail by imposing stiff civil penalties and even prison sentences to people convicted of spamming.

A text formatted copy of "Can-Spam (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing) Act," U.S. Senate Bill 877 can be viewed here (Provided by

Note: We will keep you posted with updated information on the National Do Not Email Registry when it is being established.

If you have a specific complaint about unsolicited commercial e-mail (spam), You can forward spam directly to the Commission at UCE@FTC.GOV.

Add your name to the Global Do Not Contact List and STOP Junk Mail.

Resources to submit complaints

(The following information is collected from For full details Click Here )

Unauthorized Charge on Your Phone Bill? Click Here to see if you are eligible for a refund

Report about Identity Theft at Identity Theft Complaint Form.

Complaint about an online transaction that involves a foreign company at

File a Complaint Online at FTC

File a complaint about a violation of National Do Not Call Registry or register your telephone number on the Registry at

For information about other privacy issues, go to the Consumer Privacy Guide

* Disclaimer : Most of the information provided here is latest and collected from their websites. We cannot guaranty the accuracy, since the companies policies are subject to change anytime. But we will update the information in a regular basis.

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