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Anti-SPAM & Email Policy

It is my policy to maintain a strictly "opt-in" database of information for the purpose of education and value for the online Photoshop enthusiast. 

Anyone can opt-in or out at any time for any of the several Photoshop-related lists.  I DO NOT SPAM and I do abide by all current internet regulations.  I take removal requests seriously.

You can unsubscribe through a link at the bottom of any email at any time to ANY OR ALL of the lists. 

If you send me an email requesting to unsubscribe you manually I have to take 15 minutes of my time to go through each of the 24 or so different lists to see if you're on it so instead I will now send you an email telling you to click on the link at the bottom of any of your emails or else tell me which lists you are subscribed to so I can unsubscribe you from those.

You have chosen to receive information from me concerning Photoshop related education (which may include an occasional discount offer from me on Discover Photoshop training).  Your name, email address or information will never be sold or released to any third party -PERIOD.  It will remain safe with me and you can be removed at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link.

Make sure that email from Photoshop Designer, Discover Photoshop, etc. is not going to your junk box and take the steps to 'whitelist' all emails because otherwise you will miss out on free tutorials, downloads and training.

What is spam?  Besides a 'meat' product and labour of love for the Monty Python troupe...

Generically, Spam (unsolicited commercial e-mail) is an email message that you send to someone when they did not ask for it.  For more information on SPAM, please visit Abuse.net.

DiscoverPhotoshop.com considers the priority responsibility is to protect the privacy of list-subscribers and anyone who wishes to contact via any form on this Web site that shows their e-mail address. Your subscription information will be kept private and is not publicly accessible.

Your email address and other information will never be given out or sold to a third party. This includes those who wish to contact for any general purpose as well. If you email me a strong positive statement, I may use that as a testimonial and post that somewhere on the websites and may include your email.  You can request your email or the statement to be taken down if you feel it invades your privacy.

Those students who have submitted work to the gallery (and especially current customers), I may use their email address next to their work to showcase in product presentations.  In addition, this Web site strives to create a better Internet environment in general.

It is the policy of this site to fight spam in any way available.  When you sign up for the PSDer or ANY of the opt-in lists, you are requesting to be on the list.  Email from me is Not Spam b/c you have requested it (so please don't treat it as such).  Have faith in the internet for providing quality information; It's still possible with all of this hate mail out there. 

In the event of your either having queries or disagreements with this policy, please bring it to the attention of the Webmaster via the Contact  Thank you.

After signing up you might want to check that your educational and entertaining emails are not forwarded to your junk mail (esp. for Hotmail users).  The PSDer is valuable information for your continuing education: don't let a good email go to waste. ;)

If you are kicked off (which does happen by my system ie. for too many unopened or trashed emails), you can re-subscribe by sending a blank email to: psdesigner@getresponse.com or the corresponding name of the different lists (contact me for assistance).

There are currently NO pop-ups associated with my site that you will receive.  It still happens to me all the time even with pop up killers.  I especially hate it when I keyboard shortcut to close a window but it happens to pop under and the page I wanted to look at closes...has this happened to you?

Orion Williams is a member of the Email Service Provider Coalition

The Email Service Provider Coalition (ESPC) was formed to fight spam while protecting the delivery of legitimate email. The ESPC members have recognized the need for strong spam solutions that ensure the delivery of legitimate email and have been very active in the war against spam.

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