Email & Subscriber Domain Trust Profile
This domain is not configured to be a Trusted Sender and can not be trusted in terms of email. We advise extreme caution.
This is the online trust and email profile for insolvency.gov.uk. The profile is a detailed synopsis of how trustworth a domain from an email perspective and protection against being used in spoof email attacks and subscriber privacy. The profile is designed to help email users to understand if insolvency.gov.uk can be trusted in terms of how the domain is configured for email, if the domain owner has taken the steps to ensure relevant details are gathers and kept securely from subscribers and online buyers, if the domain owner has followed RFC standards for email and if email sending and eDM (electronic direct marketing) best practices are adhered to. This domain profile was last updated on 15-03-2020.
What is the Trusted Sender Score for insolvency.gov.uk?
The Trusted Sender Score for insolvency.gov.uk is:
The score and metrics were last reviewed on 15-03-2020.
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Can I trust insolvency.gov.uk email and do you recommend buying or signing up to insolvency.gov.uk online?
Alert: We do not recommend signing up to or buying online from insolvency.gov.uk
Alert: We do not recommend signing up to or buying online from insolvency.gov.uk, the dns dmarc entry for insolvency.gov.uk is
v=DMARC1; p=none; sp=none; rua=mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org,mailto:email@example.com; ruf=mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org; rf=afrf; pct=100; ri=86400
Trusted Sender Score is more than just a rating system for email domains. It connects receivers of email to the senders of email in a more transparent and visible way.
Being Trusted is more than just technical hurdles and up keep, being trusted is also about how organizations treat your personal data, their opt-in processes, and the frequency and relevance of the messages.