Friday, October 5, 2007

Do Not Call Registry to begin purging some numbers from list

Better check list if you went on list prior to 2004. They are beginning to purge numbers. Why you ask?

Also, how to stop getting mail you don't want or find offensive.
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Dnc_logo_rgb_big Numbers that were added to the National Do Not Call Registry in 2003 are going to come off the list next summer, meaning that you better re-register your phone number with the Federal Trade Commission if you want to avoid annoying calls from telemarketers.

•  Click here to confirm that your number is on the registry.
•  Click here to add your number to the list.
•  Click here to file a complaint about calls that you shouldn't be receiving.

You can block other types of offensive solicitations, too. The U.S. Postal Service will stop delivering any material you deem offensive. And members of the Direct Marketing Association will stop sending catalogs if you send them a buck. To stop receiving credit offers, call 1-888-5OPTOUT (1-888-567-8688).

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