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If you do not get a response from us within 1 business day, it's because Your ISP blocked my e-mail.  Because my e-mail talks about "cars", "money", "loans" or other such type information, a lot of ISP's (the people you use for your e-mail) think it's SPAM e-mail and block it or put my e-mail in your JUNK, TRASH or BULK folder.

So you have to put my e-mail address in your safe-list or contact list.  This is called "whitelisting" - here's a little more information to help you out...

Increasingly, ISPs (ex., earthlink.net, comcast.net) and mail services (ex., Hotmail) are using filtering systems to try and keep spam out of customers' inboxes. Sometimes, though, they accidentally filter the e-mail that you do want to receive.

Please do not blame your ISP or mail service. The volume of spam is enormous and the algorithms to figure out what is spam (and what is not) are complicated. So mistakes do happen

We all have to deal, unfortunately, with the fallout of what spammers do to the Internet.

Naturally, you want to keep spam out. And....you want to receive important e-mails.

To make sure that our e-mail is not deleted or filtered into a "junk" or "bulk" folder, please add the following - @mynewcarpurchase.com - to your list of trusted senders/your address book/contact list (in your e-mail software) and to your ISP/mail service's whitelist.

This should guarantee that you will receive whatever e-mail you need.

It's a shame to bother you like this, but blame it on the spammers. Your ISP or mail service is only trying to protect you. The bottom line is that things have become so complicated in the ever-escalating war between spammers and ISPs/mail services, that you and we are accidentally caught in their cross-fire.

Here's how to make sure you get our e-mail regardless of who your ISP or Mail Service is - find yours and just follow along - it only takes about a minute to do.

Find The E-mail You Use - Make the Minor Change - Then Shoot Us an E-Mail At the Bottom Of This Page

AOL (aol.com) - AOL provides client-controlled Spam Filtering via a Webmail account.  Log into your AOL/AIM Webmail Account and add mynewcarpurchase.com to your Address Book. Check AOL's help for additional details, if required.

ATT&T World Net (att.net) - If Spam-blocker is enabled and if the e-mail message is legitimate and was screened as spam, forward the original message as an attachment to - this-is-not-spam@worldnet.att.net 

ATT&T Business (attglobal.net) - Your Graymail folder contains all possible spam e-mail. The Graymail folder shows up on the Spam Control page only after you activate the "Filter" option. Before you activate that option, there is no Graymail folder.

Once you have enabled the Spam Control feature, they have created an e-mail addresses for you to send your feedback. If you receive e-mail identified as <<POTENTIAL-SPAM>> and it is not spam, please send that information to - notspammail@attglobal.net -

BellSouth (bellsouth.net) - Although filtering spam messages is an automated process, users have the ability to manage their e-mail messages.

If MailGuard Anti-Spam Service is turned "Off" (disabled), you should be able to receive our e-mail. Once you receive one, forward it (with full headers) to- this_is_good@bellsouth.net - to have mynewcarpurchase.com whitelisted.

EarthLink (earthlink.net) - When you open SpamBlocker, you will see its interface, which consists of four tabs. Click on the "Known spam" tab. Under "Managing Intercepted Email," you will see this section "Reporting Email Mistakenly Classified as Spam."

To report a mistakenly classified e-mail...

1) In the message list, select the messages you want us to analyze.

2) Click the This Is NOT spam button.

Verizon (verizon.net) - Log into your Webmail Account and add mynewcarpurchase.com to your Address Book. Check online help for details, if required.

Comcast (comcast.net) - Log into your Webmail Account and add mynewcarpurchase.com to your Address Book. Check online help for details, if required.

Gmail - Be sure to include mynewcarpurchase.com on your Contacts list.

Adding a sender's contact information to your Gmail account lets the system know that you want to receive messages from that address.

If you find an e-mail from mynewcarpurchase.com in your "Spam" folder, click the Not Spam button.

Hotmail (or MSN) - Place mynewcarpurchase.com on what they call your Safe List. The "Safe List" can be accessed via the "Options" link, situated to the far right of the main menu tabs.

NOTE: Hotmail's "safe list" often does not work. Try to create another e-mail address - maybe at Yahoo.

Yahoo! Mail - If our e-mail is filtered to your 'bulk' folder, open the message and click on the "This is not spam" link next to the "From" field.

You can also create a "filter" at Yahoo that sends your SiteSell e-mail into your Inbox and not the Junk/Bulk Mail folder. Here's how...

1) Open your Yahoo e-mail. Left-click on "Mail Options" (right side of your screen). In the right hand column, under "Management," left-click on "Filters." And then, left-click on "Add Filter."

2) Call this filter "car insurance".

3) See where it says... "if all of the following rules are true ..."? Go to the top row labeled "From header," choose "contains" in the drop-down menu and type in "@mynewcarpurchase.com"

4) At the bottom, choose "Inbox" from the drop-down menu where it says "Move the message to:"

5) Finally, left-click on the "Add Filter" button.

SpamCop - You will never receive an answer or any useful help from self-proclaimed, vigilante "anti-spam operations" like SpamCop or Blars, even after you "fix" every possible imaginary problem they might be having with you -- it won't happen. They block, but they don't answer "why" (even though there must be a reason, right?). They don't unblock even when you do everything humanly possible, and they don't take responsibility for their actions.

When we mention spam-fighting companies, we are not concerned with these vigilante operations like SpamCop, which can put a company on a blacklist merely due to a few unsubstantiated complaints, then cover their Web sites with disclaimers absolving them of responsibility.

These companies have never been helpful, and their rhetoric always smacks more of anti-business, with anti-spam being a useful vehicle. They are being marginalized, more and more, by all serious business. Just like in the Wild West way back, vigilantes are on the way out. Your Solution - get a free e-mail account at Yahoo and use that to get our e-mails.

Outlook/Eudora - Most e-mail software now has both built-in spam-filtering and whitelisting features. You can also create your own special filters to accept and file incoming e-mail, and to trash other ones. See your software's help menu for information about spam filters, whitelisting, and creating your own filters, so that you can indicate to your software to accept our mail - usually by just adding thomas @ mynewcarpurchase.com (just get rid of the spaces)

If that fails, call or e-mail your ISP/mail service's tech support and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all e-mail from mynewcarpurchase.com. Follow their instructions for whitelisting all of the mynewcarpurchase.com.

Spam Filter Software - If you are using a client-side third-party spam filter (ex., McAfee SpamKiller) to augment your e-mail software, please indicate to that filtering software to accept @mynewcarpurchase.com.

Either add @ mynewcarpurchase.com to some kind of a white list (or a "good list" or similar name), or click to indicate that mail filtered into a "Junk" folder is not junk -- all systems follow similar patterns, but the names may change. It is usually pretty straightforwad, but you may need to search the software's help for a bit of direction.

If that fails, call or e-mail your ISP/mail service's tech support and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all e-mail from mynewcarpurchase.com. Follow their instructions for whitelisting mynewcarpurchase.com.

Other ISP's - Each ISP is a little different, but the idea is the same. ISPs usually provide help or instructions about whitelisting. But...

If you can't find how to add the mynewcarpurchase.com to a whitelist, call or e-mail your ISP's tech support or postmaster@your-isp.com and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all e-mail from mynewcarpurchase.com.

Other Mail Services - Each mail service is a little different, but the idea is the same. If you can't find how to add the mynewcarpurchase.com domain to a whitelist, try adding specific sitesell addresses to your address book, or moving the message from the Junk folder to your 'inbox' or forwarding the message to yourself (if you're getting it at all, that is).

If e-mail continues to be filtered out, call or e-mail your mail service tech support or postmaster@your-mailservice.com and specifically ask how you can be sure to receive all e-mail from mynewcarpurchase.com.












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