In regard to FCC’s robocall blocking docket CG 17-59, the FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee adopted a recommendation and filed it with the FCC. You read the recommendation here.
Few consumers have escaped the electronic sewage from telephone robocallers and marketer calls that violate our “do not call” registrations (DNCR). These malicious marketers waste consumer resources while riding upon automatic dialers and caller ID spoofing software. Those technologies help criminals flush high volumes of unsolicited calls onto innocent consumers. The calls waste consumers’ time, […]
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) says if you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person, it’s a robocall. Robocalls are obnoxious and often are a prelude to fraud, yet they arrive every day and pester most of us. Robocalling is not like speeches in a public park where we […]