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Is it lawful to sell DNC (do not call) information to consumers?

Phoenix, AZ |

Telemarketing to consumers to purchase an information package and assist with placing names on the National DNC list. Providing information on how and what happens upon doing so. How companies obtain names/addresses, providing links/addresses on where to gain more information. All by charging a fee to the consumer.

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Filed under: Consumer protection
Attorney answers 1


I am not quite sure what you are asking here.

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Sorry for the confusion. Hopefully, this will clear it up. Can companies sell information about the Do Not Call Registry? ...providing them detailed information on all aspects of the DNC policies and assist consumers in placing their telephones on the DNC registry? Thanks for your response in advance.