National Do Not Call List
On August 26, 2009, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) found that three telemarketers have violated the National Do Not Call List (DNCL) Rules. The CRTC has issued a $4,000 fine to Rob Sugar, a $10,000 fine to Roofing by Peerless Mason Ltd. and an additional $10,000 fine to Waterproofing by Peerless Mason Inc.
The telemarketers were given opportunities to come into compliance with the National DNCL Rules, but failed to change their business practices. In July, they were each issued with Notices of Violation and given 30 days to either pay the fine or to contest it before a CRTC panel. In light of the evidence before it, the panel found that these telemarketers violated the National DNCL Rules and imposed administrative monetary penalties.
The National DNCL is a free service for consumers that allows them to reduce the number of unwanted telemarketing calls and faxes they receive. As of the date of the above decision, over 7 million numbers have been registered on the National DNCL.
If you currently do any telemarketing, contact Wergittep Enterprises about one of our custom Do No Call List management programs. For a reasonable, and surprisingly low cost, you can have a system that will manage your custom Do No Call List, as well as allow you to track phone numbers verified, and comply with the National Do Not Call List registered numbers. Save your business up to $15,000 in fines for non-compliance, by calling Wergittep Enterprises today!