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Oct 09, 2005

FTC revises final rule, regarding purging Do-Not-Call ListMortgagePress.comFTC,Do-Not-Call list Effective Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2005, the Federal Trade Commission will require telemarketers subject to the Do-Not-Call rule to purge numbers on the National Registry from their call list, every 31 days. The current purging requirement of regulated telemarketers is every three months. Based on a recent poll, the FTC says it believes most businesses have been diligent in meeting the quarterly requirement. The Commission chose Jan. 1, 2005 as the date for compliance for affected telemarketers in order to allow businesses to implement new systems and procedures to accommodate the more frequent purging activity. There are currently 58.4 million phone numbers listed on the Do-Not-Call National Registry. For further information, visit www.ftc.gov.
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