Note: the legislation presented below is French legislation. As our sending service is located in this country we ask you, whatever your country of origin, to respect this legislation (or that of your country if it is more restrictive of course).
The principle for SMS is very simple: it is the opt-in rule (LCEN of 21 June 2004).
The definition is as follows, to send an SMS to a person:
- You must have collected his mobile phone number with his consent,
- The person must have given you consent to receive SMS messages from you,
- This consent must be free and voluntary (no ticked box by default). You must also keep a record of this acceptance so that you can refer to it if necessary.
- If you send to metropolitan France: "STOP SMS au 36111"
- For other destinations: "STOP SMS ssms.fr"
Warning: on our platform, any attempt of spoofing or non-compliance with the legislation is a case of breach of the license contract which will lead to a interdiction of use without possible refunding of unused credits. We also reserve the right to inform the competent authorities and to take legal action in this regard.