When you sign up for a Gmail email account, you agree to their terms and conditions. No big deal, right? But what if you’ve never had a Gmail account and use another email server like AOL, Hotmail, Yahoo, or even the email offered by your internet/cable provider like Comcast or Spectrum. You wouldn’t expect to be subjected to the terms and conditions of an email provider you’ve never used, would you?
Unfortunately, that is the case if you sent any email to a friend or family member who has a Gmail account.
Even if you don’t have a Gmail account, but sent an email to a Gmail user, the company may be tracking and mining your data for advertising – without you knowing it AND without your consent!
If you DON’T have a Gmail account, and sent an email to a person with a Gmail account before September 27, 2017 please click on the link below for a free evaluation - you may be eligible for up to $5000!