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Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation: Guidance for REALTORS®

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Canada's anti-spam legislation (CASL) affects electronic messages that advertise, offer, or promote services, products, individuals, or businesses. It isn't just email – the law applies to text messages, social media messages, and others. 

CASL: Guidance for REALTORS® will help you understand how CASL affects your communication with past, present, and potential clients.

FALSE: CASL applies to all businesses that use email or other electronic methods of communication to reach out to prospective customers. You must have implied consent (as defined by CASL) before you reach out to even one individual.
 

FALSE: You must have implied or express consent – as defined by CASL – before you send out an electronic message. Implied consent means you have an existing business relationship with the recipient, or the message relates to  the recipient's business activities and their contact information was openly published. Express consent means you asked permission to send electronic messages and the recipient said yes. (You can't send a messge asking for express consent if you don't already have implied consent.)

Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation is being implemented in stages. The final stage comes into effect July 1, 2017. At that time, consumers will have the right to initiate court actions regarding violations of anti-spam legislation.

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