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False Positive for "spammy emails"

I'm really upset right now--I have a food blog and one of my readers notified me that she had stopped visiting because SiteAdvisor was giving her a warning when she tried to view my blog. When I looked it up myself, I found this:

http://www.siteadvisor.com/sites/thetypeahousewife.com

I really have no idea how it was decided that I send out spammy emails; the only email form I have on my blog is for my Feedburner RSS feed which is NOT SPAMMY. I don't sell anything on my blog--I don't even have AdSense ads in my emails! I send out about 5 emails a week, simply because they go out when I post something. There are millions of other blogs that do the same thing--are they all listed as spammy too? Again, I have a food blog. What could I possibly get out of spamming my readers?!

The most frustrating part about this is that I see you will only change this rating after 60 days. I'm sorry, but that's just not right--you gave me a false positive and now I have to wait two months for you to correct it? And potentially lose readers and traffic in the meantime?

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Re: False Positive for "spammy emails"

Hello typeahousewife,

Thank you for contacting us regarding thetypeahousewife.com.

The rating of this domain has been reviewed and adjusted to green in Site Advisor.

Best Regards,

Stina Wikstrom

Re: False Positive for "spammy emails"

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