Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on $1.2 Million Consent Decree Regarding Allegedly Misleading Tel

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 30, 2003

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FCC ISSUES CONSUMER ADVISORY ON FCC DO-NOT-CALL RULES The Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau of the Federal Communications Commission today issued an “FCC Consumer Advisory – Do-Not-Call Rules – What Consumers Can Do.” The Consumer Advisory outlines specific steps consumers can take if they have put their names on the National Do-Not-Call Registry and are called by telemarketers on or after October 1, 2003. It provides information about when there is a violation of the FCC do-not-call rules, and specifics about how to file a complaint. The Consumer Advisory is available on the FCC website: www.fcc.gov - FCC -


				
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Description: Statement of Enforcement Bureau Chief David H. Solomon on $1.2 Million Consent Decree Regarding Allegedly Misleading Telemarketing Campaign by Long Distance Carrier NOS Communications, Inc. 11/3/03 FCC Headline