July 25, 2014
July 24, 2014
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.
Hear more via the View Media link.
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