Online Neighbor Search Not Intended for Solicitation

Residents are reminded that the online Neighbor Search at, just like the Mail Tubes, is intended only for neighbor-to-neighbor communication. This excludes solicitation of any kind regardless of whether the solicitation is for-profit or not-for-profit.

The Landings Rules and Regulations state the following:

Rules and Regulations, Section C, Subsection 11. The Landings Association maintains a list of email addresses and contact information on the Association’s website, for those residents who choose to be listed. This contact information is viewable only to those who have website accounts with the Association. Residents who want access to the website can have accounts where they hide their information from the online directory, should they so choose. In any case, businesses are prohibited from using email addresses gathered from the Association’s website for any purpose. Any email to Association members with emails gathered from the Association’s website must have the name and contact information of the property owner at The Landings responsible for the distribution. Commercial or political distributions are prohibited, as are any messages that solicit business. Any distribution to 50 or more emails must first be approved by The Landings Association.

Misuse of the Association’s Neighbor Search could result in fines and the suspension of member privileges, including, but not limited to, the suspension of RFIDs.

If you receive emails from unsolicited sources, please be certain to unsubscribe. The unsubscribe link usually is located at the top or bottom of the original email. Additionally, if you receive an unsolicited email through email marketing software such as Constant Contact, you can report it to the company. Constant Contact’s website asks that unsolicited emails received through their company be sent to or along with a copy of the email received. Constant Contact will keep your complaint anonymous and take appropriate action against the account holder, which can include blocking them from being able to send future messages. However, due to their Privacy Policy, Constant Contact cannot share any details of action taken on a customer’s account.


This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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