I have just signed up for MailChimp because I want to send emails to my subscribers from my website. There is an Anti-Spam law with these rules:

  • You must include your contact information inside every promotional campaign that you send, including a physical mailing address or PO Box where you can receive mail. (Not a website or email address.)

  • You may not falsify your contact information or subject line.

  • and more

    Here is the link

I don't want to send my personal information with every email I send. Is there a way to not send my information and not breaking rules of that law?

  • Get a P.O. Box. Easy peasy.
    – closetnoc
    Commented Feb 4, 2017 at 16:42
  • Is there any other way than P.O.Box ? Commented Feb 4, 2017 at 18:25

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There is no real way to get around these laws. The purpose of these laws is so that there is a physical address at which you can have snail mail sent if someone chooses to send a letter saying they want to be removed from your mailing list. Other than getting a PO Box or providing your personal address the only other way to do this is to work with a legal firm or a mail clearing house company (such as a virtual office company) that provides you with a physical postal address and can relay any deliveries to that address to you electronically.

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