End User Consent
How do end-users consent to receive messages?
End-users can provide their consent through website forms. Involves a section on the website
where the user enters their phone number and/or clicks on a checkbox to confirm their
agreement to receive messages. Example: “By visiting www.example.com, end-users can fill out
a form to opt-in. This involves providing their phone number and checking a box to confirm their
agreement to receive text messages from Current Cabinetry.”
Appearing as a pop-up on the bottom right corner of our website, this widget can request the
visitor’s phone number and permission. The consent language might look something like this:
Example: “In our website’s chat widget, end-users may opt to receive text messages by
providing their phone number and then checking a box or typing ‘Yes’ to signify their agreement
to receive text messages from Current Cabinetry.”
When an end-user books an appointment, they provide their contact details, including their
Example: “While booking an appointment, users can opt-in to receive sms updates. This
involves entering their phone number and checking a box to confirm they wish to receive
appointment reminders, updates, and promotional messages from Current Cabinetry.”
By texting a keyword to a specified business phone number.
Example: “Text ‘JOIN’ to (XXX)XXX-XXXX. Upon doing so, they will receive a response
confirming their subscription and providing them with an option to opt-out should they wish to
discontinue receiving messages.”
In email marketing campaigns, a user might provide their phone number as part of signing up
for a newsletter or updates, along with their consent to receive text messages.
Example: “In our email campaigns, users may opt-in to receive text messages by providing their
phone number and checking a box to confirm they are willing to receive text messages from