IP address, ISP host of your email address are recorded whenever you enter
and leave TheStrategyLab.com
website, ##TheStrategyLab chat room,
other chat rooms, discussion forums or any of our other resources.
Any individual that
post via the following will be consider a SPAMMER and we
aggressively go after the resources
associated with the spammer (more effective than going after the spammer):
Post a link to
fee-based website in the open forum or chat even if it's in response to
another trader's question (use the private message feature to respond to
prevent problems of us associating you as a spammer or
a link to a website that's being spammed at other discussion forums where we
Post a link to a website that's on our email SPAM
Simply if you want to share
free info from a website that has fee-based info...copy the info and then
paste it while editing out promotion info.
Yet, we do not
consider it SPAM if its the mentioning of a title of a book that's sold
at websites like
Also, do not post your
affiliation links in which you or someone else is financially compensated.
of a message that's not spam -
I recommend you read Roosevelt's book called Exceptional Trading the Mind
Game to better under the psychological aspects of trading
and you can find these books at Amazon.com
Further, do not post questions
about a fee-based website that offers a free-trial when you can find all
your answers via registering for that website free-trial to determine for
yourself if its suitable for your needs.
of spam -
Has anyone heard about XYZ or tried their free-trial?
Therefore, as soon as we see
your SPAM, we will delete the SPAM without warning nor explanation and you
can only discuss the deletion with us either via private message or email. Further, a second attempt to
post the same SPAM will result in you losing your membership to all of our
resources, IP address ban and
a copy of the spam sent directly to those that have the ability to identify,
document, monitor and prevent further spamming.
However, we usually don't allow a second attempt.
Violators of our anti-spam policy...we reserve the
right to pursue civil remedies for any costs associated with the
investigation of a substantiated policy violation that may have given our
website negative publicity or complaints from our members.
TheStrategyLab.com will notify law enforcement officials if the violation is
believed to be a criminal offence.
Simply, if you spam our
resources, we will come after you along with putting the info on our SPAM
black list for upload to all major search engines.
If you have are affiliated with a service
that wants to become paid sponsors of our resources...contact
us and we'll discuss with you our fee rates et cetera.
that said, concerning our own fee-based services, we firmly believes that the most
effective advertising is via word-of-mouth,
online message responses and
Currently, as of August 2017, we do not promote/advertise/mention the services of other websites
that abuse their affiliations, partnerships, sponsorships with other
Further...visitors, clients nor referral affiliates may not
post unsolicited email (spam) nor
post unsolicited message board posts (spam) to
promote our website or it's resources outside of
TheStrategyLab.com. Any poster or member
that violates this policy will have their referral
account banned/closed along with having their membership to our forums &
chat rooms and
All copies of such spam are
documented and automatically forwarded as verification of such to the email address host,
website host and to the proper anti-spam organizations.
Therefore, if you
have been sent unsolicited online messages about our website services or
resources...please contact us immediately. Be sure to
send to us their IP address info from the online message source (if
available), member ID and a copy of the
unsolicited email message.
we have freely helped hundreds of traders with their trading without
advertising our services to those traders we were freely helping.
Unfortunately there are some
out there that complain later (publicly at other forums) that we
promoted our fee-base service to them when in reality they had contacted us
first after their own personal search engine research to then specifically
requested info about our fee-based services
at discussion forums where we are members when they discover we are members at a
forum outside of our own forum.
Our response is that if you want answers to your questions about our
via our website resources.
These traders seem confused about the word
It's simple, if you don't want to know anything about
our fee-based services or free services...don't request info about such
along with pretending you have a sincere interest in our services via your
follow-up replies in which you specifically request more details about our
With that out of the way, don't be scared away by our
tough stance with those pretending to be interested in our services
for their own personal hidden agendas because
we are very proud to say that all of our services are 100% opt-in and if you
suspect online message abuse or fraud...please contact any of the following
Internet Crime Complaint Center