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December 16th, 2003, 01:55 PM #1
I would appreciate any feedback here. What do you think of this practice? Would you do it?
Company X who runs mydomain.com goes bankrupt. Somehow, you manage to purchase the company, mydomain.com and database at a firesale price. Theretically, you would own the list and be able to market to them as mydomain.com becasue there is a date & time stamp on the database indicating users have opted in to receive info from mydomain.com.
What do you think of this method of marketing?
Pros, cons, otherwise?
Ian Lee, M.Sc.
Internet Marketing Strategist / Affiliate Manager
Personal Sites: ADS-Links.com | HealthCastle.com
December 16th, 2003, 02:06 PM #2
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- January 18th, 2005
Check previous cases. More than a few times, it has been ruled, you do not own the user databases. You need to check the original terms the end users signed up under - not the terms of your sale.