Do-Not-Call registry

When the Do Not Call registry opened registration to the American public in 2003, the majority of individuals rejoiced at the thought of no more telemarketer calls. According the FTC, "The registry was created to offer consumers a choice regarding telemarketing calls". Now, the list has started to expire since numbers are only on the list for five years from the date registered and not everyone who originally signed up is aware that they may be recieving unsolicited calls in the near future.

For the article on the list expiring, go here.

To re-register your number when it expires, go here.

For more information from the Federal Trade Comission, go here.

---Alexis Mokler


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