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Telemarketing News

Study: Canada's Do Not Call List working, 78% getting less calls

Toronto - According to a new survey, many Canadians believe they are receiving fewer unwanted telemarketing calls due in part to the National Do Not Call List (DNCL). Rogue telemarketers still remain a challenge for the DNCL regulator.

Op-Ed: Work At Home, Surveys, Telemarketing and Other Stuff

Turn on the radio, talk, sports or whatever it doesn’t seem to matter the hype wants you to believe that this is the best thing that could happen to you. Why? Because now you can work from home and grasp the American dream.

Telemarketers give up Van Gogh paintings, Bentleys in settlement

A New Jersey-based telemarketing firm will pay more than $18 million in a settlement case where they were accused of duping consumers' donations to pay police and firefighters.

FTC to ban most telemarketing 'robocalls' as of September 1

The Federal Trade Commission is planning on banning majority of telemarketing prerecorded messages as of September 1, 2009.

Telemarketing Company Fined $700,000 And Manager Went To Jail

OTTAWA - The Competition Bureau announced today that telemarketing company C.S.R.H. Heritage Group Inc. was fined $700,000 and the company's manager, Ronald Howell, was sentenced to a six month conditional jail term for misleading advertising under...
 

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