SMSify subscribes to an Anti-Spam policy for all its communication protocols. This means that we do not condone unsolicited messages, notifications, alerts or any message that you may receive from someone who should not have your address or mobile number.
If you have received an unsolicited message, which you would like to report to SMSify, please inform us by using the link button available below.
The following two options are available:
- Inform SMSify of the incident, but keep your number unblocked, or
- Inform SMSify of the incident and have your number blocked so as to not be able to receive any messages sent via SMSify or its clients.
Please include you mobile number, the date and time you received it and the contents of the message (if possible) when completing the form.
Code of Conduct
You must comply with the following codes of conduct as required by all services providers who operate services in any of the following territories.
The codes of conduct are incorporated herein by reference.
WASPA SMS Code:
WASPA SMS Advertising Guidelines:
United State of America
Code of Conduct as per the Mobile Marketing Association (source MMA) USA:
A Business Guide to the Australian Spam Act of 2003
- Compiled by the Australian Communications Authority
This guide provides practical information to businesses that send electronic messages. It explains the main requirements of the Spam Act 2003 (the Spam Act), and outlines business practices that comply with the legislation. The guide has been developed in consultation with key industry stakeholders to provide a clear explanation of the legislation’s requirements.
Download the Spam Business Practical Guide. [242kb]