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RE: Re: National Do Not Call Registry has opened
From: "Callahan, Richard M, SOLGV" <rmcallahan () att com>
Date: Mon, 30 Jun 2003 18:18:39 -0500
political and charitable orgs are exempt. also if you have an existing
relationship with a company, they have 18 months before you fall from
From: Richard Welty [mailto:rwelty () averillpark net]
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 12:12 PM
To: nanog () nanog org
Subject: Re: National Do Not Call Registry has opened
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 17:03:08 +0100 Roland Perry <roland () linx net> wrote:
<A44DA7EDD8262343B02C64AF7E063A07A55349 () kenya ba tronet sk>,
Tomas Daniska <tomas () tronet com> writes
A: No. Placing your number on the National Do Not Call Registry will
stop most, but not all, telemarketing calls. Some businesses are
from the national registry and still can call you even if you place
your number on it. Exempt businesses include:
long-distance phone companies
banks and credit unions; and
the business of insurance, to the extent that it is regulated by
All the above text has now disappeared from their site !
this is looking kind of off topic, but...
most of those extemptions existed because the industries in question
being regulated by a different commission.
said commission had the authority to buy into the do not call list. they
have done so, and so the extemptions have mostly gone away. i think
politicians can still pester you for money at dinner time, though.
rwelty () averillpark net
Averill Park Networking
Unix, Linux, IP Network Engineering, Security
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