National Do Not Call Registry has opened
Callahan, Richard M, SOLGV
rmcallahan at att.com
Mon Jun 30 23:18:39 UTC 2003
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 at averillpark.net]
Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 12:12 PM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: National Do Not Call Registry has opened
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003 17:03:08 +0100 Roland Perry <roland at linx.net> wrote:
> In message
<A44DA7EDD8262343B02C64AF7E063A07A55349 at kenya.ba.tronet.sk>,
> Tomas Daniska <tomas at 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 at averillpark.net
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