Do Not Call Telemarketing Regulations

Do Not Call Telemarketing Regulations

Calling consumers?  Follow the Federal Do Not Call telemarketing regulations to be compliant.

Get your business/organization exempt from the Federal  Do Not Call Telemarketing Regulations and get a SAN number (Subscription Account Number). This is available at the Federal Trade Commissions website.

The SAN is renewable every 12 months.

Telemarketers & Sellers must search the Do Not Call Register every 31 days in order to remove from their mailing lists/ call lists the telephone numbers of consumers who have registered.

Only those people/organizations with a valid SAN can call consumers.

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Find out more by going to the National Do Not Call Registry :

LeasdsPlease will ask you for a SAN in order to release telephone numbers for consumers. Your SAN and only then will you be provided with a consumer list that includes telephone numbers (where they are available).

Consumers who receive telemarketing calls even though they are on the Do Not Call Registry can file a complaint with the FTC & violators could be fined up to $16,000 for each incident!

Keep your mailing lists/call lists up to date and compliant with the regulations because it could cost you and your business time and money!

2 thoughts on “Do Not Call Telemarketing Regulations”

    1. Hi Don –

      SAN is short for ‘Subscription Account Number’. It is provided to you after registering with the National Do Not Call Registry.
      For-Profit companies are required to sign up with the National Do Not Call Registry and acquire a SAN before purchasing a Consumer/Residential list that includes Telephone Numbers.

      Please give us a call if you have any other questions or if you’d like to purchase a Consumer/Residential Telephone Lists : 1 866 306 8674

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