July 11, 2006
DOT NOT CALL List Means DO NOT CALL
What is it about DO NOT CALL that callers do not understand? When I first moved into my new place, I was inundated with so many calls in the first day, I barely had time to think.
Once I registered all of my numbers with the official Do Not Call Registry, they seemed to stop for awhile. Perhaps a year, but the registration is good for quite a few years and yet today, I received three calls.
What part of DO NOT CALL / OPT OUT do callers not understand? Ya hate to be rude, but......SO, I had to make it clear. DO NOT CALL LIST means DO NOT CALL me to solicit or ask for money. Period.
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Same story with me. I called the toll-free number to register myself on the do-not-call list, and there is no perceptible difference in the amount of nuisance calls I'm getting.
I'm starting to think the "do-not-call" thing is a scam. Perhaps it is a data collection service that is used by telemarketers. You call in and give them your numbers, and guess what- you just got yourself on even more lists!
Posted by: global yokel | Jul 11, 2006 7:44:16 PM
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