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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Cell Numbers Go Public - Do Not Call Registry Is Best Defense

Get on the Do Not Call Registry to protect yourself.
For years, there was nothing worse than getting those evening calls from someone you didn't know, trying to sell you something. Then, the Do Not Call Registry came along and you had some relief. Cell phones were untouched because those numbers were not public and telemarketers did not have access to them. This month, cell phone numbers go public and the Do Not Call Registry is your best defense against unwanted solicitations.


It takes about 20 seconds to protect yourself, call the Do Not Call Registry from the phone you want to protect. Call, 888-382-1222 from every phone you want to protect. It takes about 30 days to get you off the telemarketing lists. However, if you cell number is on lists for alumni associations, charities or other people you have spoken with in the past, the Do Not Call Registry cannot help you.

If, however, you are being bothered by an unwanted caller, you can go to the Do Not Call Registry Website and file a complaint.

So, you have something else on your holiday To Do List... it will only take a few seconds, put all of your cell phones on the Do Not Call Registry. It is your best defense against unwanted calls. (Pass this on to anyone you know with a cell phone.)

Do Not Call Number

888-382-1222

Do Not Call Website

www.donotcall.gov

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2 comments:

  1. If you do not want to be on the caller's phone list, tell the caller to remove you from their telemarketing list. As well, you can get your name added to the 'National Do Not Call' registry. Telemarketers are required by law to search the 'Do Not Call' registry and not call those who do not want to be called.enquire about Free Reverse Phone Lookup

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  2. You may receive calls from high-pressure callers who promise you a fabulous vacation at an unbelievable price, all in exchange for your personal information. Remember that you should never give personal information over the phone if you did not initiate the call. You can limit the number of this type of phone call by joining the national Do Not Call Registry . You also can simply hang up anytime you receive a call for something that seems too good to be true.

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