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Re: [vox] telemarketing question



I think you can collect the money on the *third* call (the second call
after you ask to be put on the "no call" list.)

-Mark

On Sun, 14 Oct 2001, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:

> dear vox,
> 
> i got my 2nd telemarketing call from the sacramento bee.  i believe i'm now
> entitled to $500.   unfortunately, i didn't take very good notes about the
> first call.  here's what i have:
> 
> 
>   Telemarketing
>   =============
>   Davis Enterprise (24Oct99):
>      Justin operator 05.  requested no call policy; never go it.
>   
>   Sacramento Bee:
>      Tanya  operator 409.  requested no call policy; never got it.  put me on
>      no call list.
>   
>   Citibank (25Jan01):
>      Placed on "no call list".  Said that wait was 6-8 weeks.   Never got the
>      no call policy.
>   
>   
>   Sacramento Bee:
>      Date: 5 Oct 01
>      Time: 7:35 pm
>      Marketer: Media Promotion
>      Talked To: Kelly (female operator), Barrett (male manager)
> 
> 
> the first call was between 24oct99 and 25jan01.  would this be enough to
> prove in a court that sacramento bee owes me money?
> 
> does the law apply to the company (sacramento bee) or the marketing agency?
> if sac bee changed marketing agencies, i guess i'm SOL...
> 
> anyone know much about this law?
> 
> pete
> 
> 
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> 

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