Hackensack, NJ In an effort to stem the unending tide of spam (otherwise known
as unsolicited commercial e-mail), the DNSR Group is pleased to announce the
debut of the National Do Not Spam Registry located at
The National Do Not Spam Registry is a web site where Internet users can register
their e-mail addresses for free and have those addresses removed from e-mail lists
compiled and hosted by our subscribers. These subscribers pay a fee to be able to
purge the e-mail addresses in the Registry from their databases. All e-mail list
owners, managers, service bureaus and agencies that subscribe to the National Do
Not Spam Registry are screened and double verified.
The National Do Not Spam Registry has been set up by a group of dedicated
professional direct marketers to take the idea of a national “do not e-mail list” to the
next level. The premise of the Registry is similar to that of the e-mail preference
service set up by the Direct Marketing Association or the Do Not Call List set up by
the federal government. However, The National Do Not Spam Registry is not
hampered by political or industry restraints. We are a private venture that is intent on
waging a vigorous war against spam.
The National Do Not Spam Registry has been in Beta testing stage for the past 4
months and in that time, we have compiled 586,816 e-mail addresses of people who
want to “opt-out” from receiving spam. Given the public’s reaction to unsolicited
commercial e-mail, and the response we have gotten in Beta testing, we expect the
Registry to grow very quickly upon its release to the general Internet population.
When an e-mail address is entered into the Registry, the user has an option to add
their name to a petition that will be sent to congress to let the government know that
they (the user) have registered and they are taking a stand against spam. Part of the
purpose of the National Do Not Spam Registry is to show the government how
people feel about spam and that more action needs to be taken.
For more information about the National Do Not Spam Registry call 201-488-2731 or
send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org