aweber and displaying address

by 9999
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I am setting up a aweber account for a client. They are a home based business, don't want to use their home address of course.

I have recommended getting a UPS box with a physical address and suite #.

I am apart of some peoples mailing lists and noticed that a few people do not even put a address, instead they just make up a saying.

Just wondering what others do that utilize Aweber, do you just get a PO Box or UPS address to the CAN-SPAM act?

I noticed that you can adjust your address in the list settings (not billing/account info) but it looks like you have to use an address in your email messages.

Thanks
#address #aweber #displaying
  • Profile picture of the author bob ross
    just use a po box, which they say is fine.

    a po box is like $60 a year or something
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  • Profile picture of the author robbhw
    We just use PO Box address
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  • Profile picture of the author iamrichard
    thank you guys,,,i was looking for answers to this problem
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  • Profile picture of the author jamtrading
    a po box is fine here
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  • Profile picture of the author CollegeCEO
    Like everyone else has said, a PO Box is fine. Or you can get a virtual address. I've also noticed that some newsletters don't have an address on their emails. I don't know how heavily all that stuff is regulated but I would doubt you would run into any problems.
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    • Profile picture of the author garveyonweb
      Originally Posted by OmegaContent View Post

      I've also noticed that some newsletters don't have an address on their emails. I don't know how heavily all that stuff is regulated but I would doubt you would run into any problems.

      Can anyone comment on this? I have also noticed this. I also know of individuals who use false addresses. How is this regulated, or what relevance to those outside US?
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      • Profile picture of the author Zach107
        Does anyone know how you can get around not using your home address if you live in the UK?

        Can Spam act stated the P.O. box must be registered in US and private mailbox has to be registered under postal service regulations (which UK virtual offices, etc wouldn't be).
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  • Profile picture of the author dave147
    You can also just use the street, without the house number or site number
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  • Profile picture of the author TheCG
    I actually got an email from Aweber a while back telling me that they had sent me something in the mail and it had been returned and that my mailing address must be the actual address in the email.

    It wasn't. It is now.
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  • Profile picture of the author AmyKay
    Suggest they just use their home address. They can actually put "Home Office" at the beginning so that people know better than to just stop by. They should have nothing to hide, and it will save them money over getting a PO box. Just an idea.
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