Regulators crack down on telemarketing pitches (Reuters)

Regulators crack down on telemarketing pitches (Reuters)

Rochester : NY : USA | Feb 15, 2012 at 11:19 AM PST
Source: Xtra News
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Telemarketers will have to get written consent before placing automated calls to consumers under new rules U.S. communications regulators voted to adopt on Wednesday. The Federal Communications Commission will enforce stricter rules on so-called telemarketing "robocalls," mandating that... FULL ARTICLE AT Xtra News
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