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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act's Affect on Consumer Rights [AUDIO]

Starting today, telemarketers, when they are making a marketing or sales call, must have the consumers prior, expressed written consent. For cellphones, you have to have the prior, written consent for auto-dialer and robo calls, or the pre-recorded calls. For home phones, for resedential lines, they have to have the written consent for pre-recorded calls.

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Claude C. Wild III, Marketing Attorney, Greenberg Law Firm
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Claude C. Wild III is Of Counsel in the firms Advertising, Marketing, Sweepstakes & Promotions Law practice, and is based in the Denver office. Mr. Wild offers his clients decades of experience in advising food, dietary supplement, advertising and marketing companies in state and federal regulatory matters, governmental investigations and litigation. He also provides strategic business counseling involving e-commerce and internet promotion

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