|Received:||3/20/2004 4:30:58 PM|
|Agency:||Federal Trade Commission|
First YOU should learn how to number your questions so someone responding thereto can reference them with ease. The questions are on a computer screen so you just can't flip through the pages, you must scroll - a lot. I should not have to search the document to glean the fact that it's question number 2.A.4 d.4...... K.I.S.S. How about a simple 1, 2, 3, 4, each succeeding question or explanation would receive the next sequential number. 1. The email contains nothing other than a commercial. The advertiser has never done business with the recipient and has not received a request not to send email to the recipient. C. Five (5)-business days is long enough. Ten days is too hard to keep tract of by either party. E.1 2 The Company who received the opt-out request should pass this information on to any other companies with whom it has contact relative to advertising. Should a secondary company offer some other companies product without a direct connection to that company then, the secondary company should be required to get the primary companies opt-out list and comply with it else the secondary company is in violation of the act .