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California industry appointments update - 9/28/2006

National Mortgage Professional
Oct 09, 2006

FCC issues final rules on junk faxesMortgagePress.comFCC junk fax regulations On April 5, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) issued its final rules for implementing the Junk Fax Prevention Act of 2005. The rules permit advertisements to be faxed to a person with whom the sender has an established business relationship, so long as the recipient of the advertisement has voluntarily provided the fax number to the sender (either directly or by determining that the recipient voluntarily made the number available in a public directory, advertisement or Web site) or the established business relationship existed prior to July 9, 2005. The rules also require the advertisements to contain a clear and conspicuous opt-out notice on the first page. The notice must disclose that the sender of the advertisement has 30 days to comply with any opt-out request and a toll-free telephone number or other cost-free method for exercising the recipient's opt-out rights. The opt-out request system must be available 24 hours a day, every day. The rules take effect 90 days following publication in the Federal Register. For more information, visit www.fcc.gov.
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