I would be happy to answer your question
The best way to avoid any issues is to prequalify the people you email. Instead of a follow up call you should be doing an intro call with permission to send the email. (This would soften the approach you have in mind) Legally, you would need to add a disclaimer and the ability to opt out of the emails. I also recommend you use a reputable service to ensure email transmissions are appropriate and safe, and that you can monitor response (who opened the emails, deleted them and so on).
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thanks for your response
Couple of questions: Pre qualifying via call and getting permission to send them an e-mail to request a chance to talk to them defeats the whole objective. The objective is to warm them enough so they will take the call when my telemarketer calls them. We would be using constant contact service to send out the mailers and will be able to track who opens and reads. Thanks for the suggestion.. Constant contact has an opt out link at the bottom so we
The question I had was if we provide our contact information and give them an opt out option would we be legally safe from the do not spam ruling.. I believe we would be but wanted your opinion too.. Kindly let me know if I have covered all bases.. thanks
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