We understand how important it is for you receive relevant, useful information from the school or organisation of your child. Our service is designed to allow easy communication with parents, not for spam!
HomeContact has a strict Anti-Spam policy, and take a ZERO tolerance approach on this. Any user, found to be sending spam via the HomeContact system will have their account suspended immediately. This includes accounts of Schools or Organisations, Administrators and Parent Users.
To protect your details from spammers we ensure that all data is stored in a secure environment and protected by a comprehensive firewall. Details of the security measures in place can be found by clicking here.
Definition of Spam
E-mail spam is a subset of spam that involves sending nearly identical messages to numerous recipients by e-mail. Most definitions of spam are based on the e-mail being Unsolicited Bulk E-mail (UBE). That is, spam is e-mail that is both unsolicited by the recipients and there are many substantively similar e-mails being sent. Spam is usually also unwanted, commercial and sent by automated means and some definitions include those aspects.
If you think you have received a "spam message" we ask that you report it to us immediately so that we can investigate it, and deal with the problem. To report any spam, e-mail us at email@example.com