The Callboot project and members of the team do not agree to receive unsolicited emails or unsolicited phone calls. You are not authorized to contact us. We do not want your financial transactions, energy suppliers, stock tips, dating advice, organ enlargements, medical procedures, prescription drugs, sex with animals, sex with children, sex with teens, sex with men, sex with women, webinars or other fodder you think is a great idea for us.
Our Terms of Service demand a fee of $10,000 USD for each unwanted phone call or unwanted email we have to tend to. The project and members of the team determine what is unwanted. As a rule of thumb you can presume a "cold call" or anything we did not ask for is unwanted.
If you contact us with unwanted fodder using email then you are violating the U.S. Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing (CAN-SPAM) Act, U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and Md Criminal Code §3–805 et. seq.. If you contact us with unwanted fodder using email and our computer executes code due to the email then you are violating the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). If you contact us with unwanted fodder using telephone then you are violating the U.S. Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), U.S. Truth in Caller ID Act, U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and Md Criminal Code §3–805 et. seq..
Service Providers are responsible for their customer's unwanted phone calls or unwanted emails. The reason these miscreants operate is because Service Providers allow them to. We are not performing the Service Provider's work as the recipient. The Service Provider must perform its own work as the the originator or sender or agent of the miscreant.
You may contact us using postal mail to avoid the legal risk and the fee. We are happy recycle the paper.
By the using the website or using our contact information like email address or phone number, you agree to our Terms of Service.
We do our best to respect your privacy. If you visit the website we collect the time of the visit, your browser information and your IP address. The collection happens automatically due to Nginx logging.
If you choose to file complaints, then we share your name, address and telephone number when filing with the UCC, FTC and FCC because it is required to submit the complaint.
We will share your data with law enforcement if we are compelled by a court.
We don't share your data with anyone else, including advertisers, telemarketers, bill collectors or other miscreants.