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Key points to help you comply with CASL

We’ve summarized CASL’s main points in a simple printable checklist. Feel free to print or share it.

You import your contact list, and we take care of the rest!

Our system automatically files each contact in accordance with the law.

You will receive a monthly report notifying you of soon-to-be expired consents.

Who can you send emails to?

That's the question! The videos below illustrate the most common scenarios.

Cyberimpact helps you comply in many ways

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July 1st 2017 marks the end of the 3-year transition period. A consent (express or implied) will be mandatory to send emails, even to people you had a business or personal relationship with before the law took affect.


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Adding contest participants to your mailing list in full compliance

IN THE CASL ERA

CASL is Based on the Notion of Consent

Express consent

The person has consented to receive communications from you. For exemple, by filling out a subscription form on your website.


Implied consent

You can demonstrate your business relationship with the person without having obtained their consent to receive communications from you.

Canada's Anti-Spam law prohibits sending commercial electronic messages without the recipient's express or implied consent.

Automated Consent Management is Now Possible!

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