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Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008, 69 Federal Register 48, 11775-11782 (March 11, 2004)

By Federal Trade Commission

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Title: Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008, 69 Federal Register 48, 11775-11782 (March 11, 2004)  
Author: Federal Trade Commission
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Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Federal Trade Commission (U.S.)
Collections: Economics Publications Collection, Federal Trade Commission
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Commission, F. T. (n.d.). Re: Can-Spam Act Rulemaking, Project No. R411008, 69 Federal Register 48, 11775-11782 (March 11, 2004). Retrieved from http://worldlibrary.net/


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Dear Sir or Madam: As a member of the New Jersey Association of REALTORS (NJAR), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) and the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS (NAR), I appreciate this opportunity to comment on the Federal Trade Commission's proposal on the Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003 (CAN SPAM Act). As an independent businessperson who is forced to deal with a flood of offensive and fraudulent e-mails in my box each day and as one who sends e-mails in the course of my real estate business, I have a significant interest in the outcome of this rulemaking process. While I support the Commission's efforts to control fraudulent, misleading and abusive unsolicited e-mails and e-mailing practices, I am concerned that the establishment of a Do-Not-Email Registry goes too far and will result in penalizing small businesses for engaging in legitimate e-mail communications with past clients and potential future clients. Real estate brokers and agents commonly use e-mails to share information about issues and changes in local real estate markets that affect their clients largest asset, their home.

 

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