FTC to Release Cell Phone Numbers from the Do Not Call Registry – Really?

Written by Bob Dunmire on March 6, 2012

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) was going to release cell phone numbers to telemarketers and cell phone users only had a few days left to place their number on the National Do Not Call Registry. We have uncovered the truth – The verdict: This rumor is FALSE. If you been forwarded a similar email from a

New FCC Limitations on Robo-Calls and Auto Text Messages

Written by Frank Camp on February 15, 2012

Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved new guidelines designed to limit the unapproved use of automatically dialed calls, or robo-calls, and automatic text messages. It also brings their requirements more in line with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The new rules were issued to close loop holes in the existing regulation that dates back

The American Teleservices Association (ATA) Helps our Industry Grow through Advocacy, Education & Networking

Written by Bryan Overcash on March 22, 2011

I was fortunate enough to attend the American Teleservices Association (ATA) National Convention in Phoenix last week. The allure of early March in Phoenix was apparently just the prescription for many of us from the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast and Midwest. And, while the weather didn’t disappoint, neither did the real reasons for attending the ATA National