CallArc Free Calls Sends Spam EMail Bombing

The Callarc hyped themselves as one of the biggest free phone calls provider on the Earth, but just now they had bombarded / mass emailing my inbox (email sent from: [email protected]) with 115 same emails, they are bombing / sending junk emails and doing spamming, in the 'TO' field of their email they had filled hundreds of email IDs, thus making all of their privacy hurt?! What are they people doing, has putted Google Adsense on their site, but we know the spamming is against the Google webmaster rules and that of Adsense too, and Google might be taking a serious note for this email bombing?

Callarc, this is the bad and negative online marketing practices, its a crime too, just stop this.


CallArc clarifies in response to this post:


Thank you and we are more than happy if you could publish clarifications regarding the matter. We are here to provide customers with alternative methods to expensive international calls and CallArc is very happy to have your support. FYI - we are now testing Web Phone Dialer. It is available on our website. This solution should hopefully benefit our Indian customers unable to make calls due to port blocking.

Thank you for all your help. We appreciate the support


----- Original Message -----
From: CallArc Support
To: Piyush Kumar
Sent: Friday, February 18, 2011 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: CallArc Spam Blog

Hi Piyush,
We apologize for the issue. The error is due to technical glitch in upgrading of our mailing scripts (PhpMailer). It was not deliberate attempt to send emails to hundreds of our customers with open email address in the "TO" field. We have never sent our spam to any of our customers in the past (unsolicited) emails. I do apologize for the inconveniences caused.


----- Original Message -----
From: Info
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2011 10:56 PM
Subject: CallArc Spam Blog


We have read your post on CallArc Spam. CallArc would like to clarify few
things. We do not engage in spam or give out personal emails and other
details to third parties. Customers can choose to opt in to surveys in lieu
of credit and by providing their information and agreeing to the terms and
conditions of the survey, the customer acknowledges release of their
information to the survey provider. In your article you state that CallArc
is violating it's privacy agreement. If for any reason you have received more
than 1 email we apologize. This may be due to email malfunction with our
email sending provider and we are looking into this matter. It is not our
intent to mass email all our customers revealing the identity of our
customers. As you are in the technology blog business I am sure you are
aware that technical malfunctions do occur.

CallArc is ads free calling service and it is naturally to have ads on the

Best Regards

No comments:

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Free Phone Calling