Thank you, sir. Don
3) You can also sign up online at Do Not Call Registry.DNC Registry said:Your registration will not expire. Telephone numbers placed on the National Do Not Call Registry will remain on it permanently due to the Do-Not-Call Improvement Act of 2007, which became law in February 2008. Read more about it at Fees Telemarketers Pay to Access Registry Set.
Yeah I was going to say I fell for it the first time around
No, now you can make money off of them.I do get some solitations on it now. Now I can really get vulgar with them.
That's because it's not.Thanks Tim.I got the # to call in my last phone bill,but they failed to mention that my cell # was going public.
I am startin to get solicitation calls on my cell.Thanks Tim.I got the # to call in my last phone bill,but they failed to mention that my cell # was going public.
Never in a million years. Telemarketers *define* "fly by night"; by the time anyone could get any action going, they'd be long gone.If they violate the DNCL, you get paid per infraction.
As the pictogram suggests, the above is a joke - the number in the OP is the actual "Do Not Call Registry" signup number.A guy at my work printed that out last year and hung it up at work, the three guys that used it started getting calls a couple days later.
If I don't recognize the number I don't answer it, if it's important they will leave a message.
I never said you were.Nalioth FUCK YOU (no I'm not yelling), I don't know everything like you do, but I'm not a liar.