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Customer Showcase: RKG Games

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RKG Games has recently joined the ISIPP family of SuretyMail accredited email senders. We asked RKG’s Chief Operating Officer, Jason Kay, what lead them to seek an email accreditation and email reputation service, and to choose SuretyMail.

Jason explains that “We develop and publish games for the iPhone, Flash, and Xbox Live platforms. We’ve been making and selling games for over 20 years. This is our second game company, and our third company in the last decade.”

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“We deliver entertainment wherever you are. We make games you can play for 10 minutes or 10 hours, on your phone, on the web, and on your home console,” he adds.

When it came time to seek help in making sure that they had the best email system, Jason says that “I looked at over a dozen email solutions. Without naming names, the prices made no sense for the service they provided. I’d rather use a DIY solution in conjunction with SuretyMail.”

Jason adds that SuretyMail has “a great reputation and a reasonable pricing scheme. Why pay ridiculous amounts of money for the others when you can use SuretyMail?”

We couldn’t agree more! Welcome aboard, Jason and RKG Games!

You can check out RKG’s games at SnoodWorld.com.

This information is provided by ISIPP SuretyMail Email Reputation Certification, the only email reputation certification and deliverability assistance service with a money-back guarantee! For more information contact us here, or get started here.

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This article originally written on March 26, 2009, and is as relevant now as when it was first written.