Sure Fire Web™ uses a variety of means to promote it’s busines, including online advertising, newspaper, billboard advertising, e-zines, trade journals, press releases, online press releases, pay per click marketing (PPC), search engine optimisation (SEO), direct marketing, cold calling, flyers, post cards, affiliates, double opt-in email marketing and other methods.
Some of these methods come under Australian and International codes of Practice and legal regulations, and where this is required we strictly adhere to these regulations.
Sure Fire Web™ uses email to communicate with customers, clients and prospects from confirmed double opt-in lists.
The Australian Anti-SPAM act covers email marketing, SMS and other forms of unsolicited electronic communication. It is possible to unsubscribe from every email sent using the “Unsubscribe” link in the footer of each email. If this is not possible, then please contact us and we will remove you from the mailing list.
Sure Fire Web™ adheres to the Australian Telemarketing and Research Industry Code of Practice, client 13288.
If you believe that Sure Fire Web™ has not acted in accordance with the code of practice, please read the code to determine how this might affect you. Before you lodge a complaint, please contact Sure Fire Web™ directly to work out the situation.
If this is not fruitful, then please contact the Australian Telemarketing and Research Industry Code of Practice directly.