What did I just get?

What should I do now?

It is important to acknowledge that sending unsolicited emails is not a recommended practice. However, in your situation, you acquired a large number of email addresses as a bonus for purchasing a product called Instamate. Your intention was to use these email addresses for advertising purposes as part of a cooperative effort. To facilitate this, you purchased a software from JVZOO that claimed to allow you to upload and send emails to these email lists. After logging into the software, you were presented with a message emphasizing that rented, purchased, or scraped lists are not allowed. It also warned that any abuse reports or complaints would be forwarded to you, making you responsible for the consequences of your emailing. Realizing that you were attempting to bypass the system, you have come to understand that it was your error.

I understand that you were trying to advertise for your members by sending unsolicited emails with a list of 5 million email addresses that you received as a bonus for purchasing Instamate. However, when you tried to upload the email list to a software you purchased, you received a message stating that rented, purchased, or scraped lists are forbidden. The message also emphasized that using such lists can result in your account being closed and a permanent ban on the site. It seems that you realized your mistake and acknowledged that it was your fault for trying to bypass the system.

It seems that you purchased a software called Instamate and received 5 million emails as a bonus. You planned to use these emails for advertising purposes and found a JVZOO product that claimed to allow you to upload these types of email lists. However, upon logging into the software, you received a message stating that using rented, purchased, or scraped lists is forbidden and can result in your account being closed. It also warned that you would be directly responsible for any consequences of your emailing. You acknowledge that it was your mistake to try and bypass the system and now you feel done with the situation.

It seems that you are admitting to sending unsolicited emails in an attempt to advertise for your members. However, you encountered a problem when trying to find a way to send out these emails. You came across a JVZOO product that claimed to allow you to upload email lists, but upon logging in, you received a message stating that rented, purchased, and scraped lists are forbidden. You now realize that you tried to bypass the system and acknowledge that it was your mistake.

It appears that you were attempting to send unsolicited emails to advertise for your members using a list of 5 million email addresses you received as a bonus for purchasing Instamate. However, when you tried to upload the email list to a software you purchased, you were informed that using rented, purchased, or scraped lists is against the rules and can result in your account being closed. You now understand that it was your mistake to try and circumvent the system.