Is Pronotif protected by anti-spam legislation in Canada, and to what extent and/or under what conditions?

Modified on Wed, 13 Sep 2023 at 05:00 PM

The so-called "protection" is not necessary, since we ask for the person's consent in order to communicate with him or her, and it is a relevant communication corresponding to the "lease" contracts between the parties. So the notification cannot be considered SPAM. If the question is "could the e-mail fall into the SPAM folder," then yes, it could. However, this is a rare occurrence, as Pronotif has an excellent reputation, enabling us to achieve a very high level of deliverability to mailboxes.

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