"If email contains a hyperlink to a website, the email is rejected and not sent to the recipient, according to 95.1 FM in New York City.
After a customer complained about the policy the corporation told him there isn’t a way to op-put of the program.
“Verizon scans the digital signatures of all inbound and outbound email messages to reduce the overall volume of spam on our network” and all email containing a hyperlink will be considered spam.
“So if a business person needs to get information to a colleague, or a student needs to get research to a fellow student, or if a wife wants to share an interesting recipe with a friend . . . all those emails will be rejected by Verizon!” the radio station website explains."