Privacy Policy

We do not give, sell, rent, share or trade any identifiable personal information to any third party regarding our website visitors. The information we collect is used by us to contact consumers for marketing purposes and not shared or sold with other organizations for commercial purposes. PHPMovement.com will not sell, trade, or rent your personal information to others. We do not automatically log personal data nor do we link information automatically logged by other means with personal data about specific individuals.

If you do not want to receive e-mail from us in the future, please let us know by sending email to us at cs@PHPMovement.com and telling us that you would like to be removed from our database.

Spam Policy

Please read carefully the terms and conditions, privacy and anti-spam policies, which apply, to everyone who visits this site. If you proceed to use this site, you are agreeing to abide by these rules.
Welcome to the PHPMovement.com web site. These policies are designed to inform you of our practices regarding collection, use and disclosure of information that you may provide via this site as well as your own responsibilities.

The intention of our communication distribution technology is for the purpose of sending communications to parties that have agreed to receive them. We reserve the right to interrupt any communications being sent in violation of our unsolicited communication policy. Violation of these policies may, at our discretion, be grounds for termination of the abusive party’s account.

What is SPAM?

SPAM is any electronic message, which is directed toward a person(s) who has not requested the information through a VERIFIABLE “opt-in” process giving their permission to be contacted. SPAM comes in many different forms and includes, but may not be limited to:

1. Unsolicited electronic communications (e-mail)

2. Bulletin boards, user groups or instant messaging services to individuals or businesses who do not know you personally

3. Opt-out lists where a person is specifically required to request removal from a mailing list in order to prevent solicitation.

4. Hiring a company that is mailing out to a list of people with your opportunity that did not specifically request to receive your information beforehand (third party bulk e-mailing)

5. Promoting your site on FFA (Free For all) sites and similar programs, which have a high risk of generating SPAM complaints due to the nature of the program. Many people who put their links on FFA sites don’t realize that the tons of e-mail they get is simply a result of posting their links, then they complain of SPAM.

6. Faxes which are unsolicited by the recipient are also considered SPAM.

7. Any SOLICITED mass communication (as with Opt-in e-mail lists) which do not contain the required instructions for unsubscribing and removal from the list.

8. The use of a mailing list in which the recipients’ e-mail, ISP, and other personal information was “harvested” electronically when they visited the site.

9. SPAM can be a single e-mail or a bulk mailing, so it can include your own list if the e-mail is sent to a recipient who would not have a reasonable expectation of receiving e-mail from you.

Simply put, an e-mail is SPAM if it has been sent to an address that was not requested from you. Receive permission first before adding anyone to your e-mail list. You must not send SPAM via our service or send SPAM that in any way implicates our services (i.e. using PHPMovement.com or EPXBody weblinks in an unsolicited e-mail). This also includes the use of your PHPMovement.com URL in any of the other electronic communications methods above.

PHPMovement.com Has a ZERO Tolerance for SPAM

All SPAM complaints are taken seriously. Spam is considered an unethical form of Internet advertising and is becoming illegal in more and more states. In addition spamming can incur substantial monetary fines from any of the providers through which spam is directed because of the time, resources and expense it can incur for business. Spam is a negative form of advertising and will not be tolerated in any form.

If you willfully violate our Spam Policy you will:

1. Have your web site terminated immediately without notice and without a refund or pro-ration, if you are using our paid system.

2. Have your entire lead database deleted from our system.

3. Have a MINIMUM $1000 claim filed against you in a court of law.

4. Be immediately reported to your ISP provider and the business opportunity you are representing (EPXBody).

5. Be permanently banned from the PHPMovement.com program.

PHPMovement.com reserves the right to determine what constitutes a violation of our Spam Policy. Should the PHPMovement.com service or web sites be disrupted in any way due to spamming, the responsible party will be charged and billed $250 per hour until service is restored. Applicant may also be subject to legal action if appropriate.

We Know That Sounds Harsh, But . . .

The rules are there out of necessity, to protect your business as well as ours. Since the enactment of laws designed to eliminate SPAM and punish spamming, many individuals and have been successfully prosecuted. In addition, they and the businesses they represent have been fined and some shut down for these practices.

While your intentions to grow your business are good ones, your methods must be examined and comply with our standards. We don’t want to meet any of you in court or find ourselves in the position of having to defend your actions so we can stay in business.

Just remember this – SPAM is an issue about CONSENT, not CONTENT. It doesn’t matter if the message is a scam, porn or your offer to join the PHPMovement.com business, if it was sent UNSOLICITED or you cannot VERIFY that you received the recipient’s permission to send it, OR your message is “OPT-IN” but you don’t include an “OPT-OUT” method in every communication, then it is SPAM.

If you are not sure whether your intended method of promoting PHPMovement.com conforms to these standards, e-mail us at cs@PHPMovement.com