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Our Anti-Spam policy

How to determine if the source of the spam is e-Court or its services?

e-Court does not use spam, does not keep a client list to send spam and certainly does not sell its client list to third parties. In fact, e-Court strictly adheres to the Ant-Spam Legislation. However, it is possible that some of our less well intentioned members use our services to send you spam. This is how to check if e-Court is involved in the spam you have received:

  • Spam's sender or receiver has an address ending with or one of our domain names: spammers often use false headers to make you think the email is legitimate. The addresses in the From or To fields are simply fake and do not mean that e-Court created the spam or sent it.

  • You see in the Whois records if domain names other than is registered with e-Court.

  • When you see names owned by or one of our domain names in the header, this means that the mail has transited via our servers either via an email redirection server or one of our hosting servers. We can intervene in this situation.

What can e-Court do in the event that spam does come from one of our legal services?

  • e-Court is an intermediary that provides legal services which may include emails redirection, SMTP or hosting for member accounts. If spam is being sent via our services, we can take appropriate action:

  • For spam sent via our redirection services
    This practice is sufficient to justify the suspension or termination of the redirection service or even suspension of the member account.

  • For spam sent as a result from our legal services, such as contact with other members
    This practice is sufficient to justify the suspension of the member account.

  • If Whois personal informations are invalid
    As every accredited legal entity, we have to ensure that whois informations are valid. If you believe that whois informations are not correct, for the domain related to the spam you received, you can submit a complaint via the Get in Touch form at the bottom of the page.

    These updated policies will go into effect on May 25, 2018, at 12 a.m. Eastern Time, and apply to all cases launched on e-Court on or after that date. We suggest you also visit our (1) Security Policy and (2) Terms of Use Policy and (3) Cookies Policy and (4) Copyright Policy and (5 ) Community Policy and (6) Privacy Policy and (7) Consent Policy

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