Infoaxe can be rightly coined as the smart search engine that suggests websites for you, based on your recent search history. Unlike a normal search engine that throws generic search results when used, Infoaxe throws relevant results based on the user’s browsing history, and recommends new pages at the same time, for a more enriching web experience. It takes web searching to a different, yet unparalleled dimension- by allowing users to keep track of all the great websites they discover, and get suggestions based on the same. So it is obvious that something of such social calibre and audience-gathering potential would result in unwanted junk- something we call Infoaxe Spam.
What is Infoaxe Spam exactly?
1. The first kind of Infoaxe spam is the bane of most social networking sites. As most users of sites like Facebook and Twitter are aware, higher the number of followers you amass, higher is your chance of reaching a larger audience. In the case of Infoaxe, the more users you follow, the more recommendations you get to see- While most users accumulate followers who share similar interests, ( or follow the same topics in the case of Infoaxe), many users attempt to spam their requests so as to increase their audience. By sending out mass invites, Infoaxe spam is increased in this case.
2. Similarly, Infoaxe spam is also the resultant when someone sends you a random follow request without knowing who you are- this is highly inconvenient, and exceptionally irritating. Thus as a part of the Infoaxe team, we realize how much of a hindrance this can be, and would want to help users battle all sorts of Infoaxe spam described above.
At Infoaxe, we take sorting out Infoaxe Spam very seriously. We immediately ban and suspend the accounts of users, engaging in abuse of any nature, or creating Infoaxe spam. You can also report these users to us at support@Infoaxe.com to put an end to Infoaxe spam. Also we make it very easy for our users to unsubscribe from our emails- follow the steps below to learn how to do so. On a side note, we would recommend reporting users who create Infoaxe spam rather than unsubscribing, simply so you don’t miss out on the great recommendations that Infoaxe makes for you!
How to unsubscribe from all emails:
• Just click on the unsubscribe link that’s present at the bottom of every Infoaxe email .
• For another way to unsubscribe from emails, use this link and enter your email:
Some other notes on Infoaxe Spam:
1. If you have any questions or need help regarding Infoaxe spam, email us at support@Infoaxe.com and someone will assist you with canceling your account or answering any questions about how to rid yourself of Infoaxe spam.
3. At Infoaxe, we DON’T sell any user info ( email addresses, web history) to any third party. All the information collected is private and not shared with anyone. It’s collected to make the product better. Your browsing history, helps us make better, well-suited recommendations for you-If you don’t feel comfortable with your web browsing history being used by Infoaxe to make your recommendations better, then skip the download step for the Infoaxe add-on and enjoy using Infoaxe via the web- thus reducing your chances of Infoaxe Spam.
4. If this is something that is not acceptable for you, please follow the instructions above to cancel your account or email firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will help you.
So the next time you are dealing with Infoaxe Spam, who do you call? Infoaxe! Send us an email at email@example.com, and we’d get back to you faster than you can say ‘ Infoaxe Spam!’