Post Tagged with: "Do-Not-Call"

DNCL Violator Responds to CRTC Fine

P2Pnet.net reports on the response from Rob Sugar to a do-not-call list violation fine.

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September 30, 2009 4 comments Must Reads

CRTC Identifies Three DNCL Violators

The CRTC has identified the names of three organizations that violated the do-not-call list and levied fines against each. In a news release issued Wednesday, the CRTC said it has fined weight-loss coach Rob Sugar $4,000 and issued $10,000 fines to Roofing by Peerless Mason Ltd. and Waterproofing by Peerless […]

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August 27, 2009 Comments are Disabled Must Reads

CRTC Refuses To Name Do-Not-Call Violators

The Toronto Star reports that the CRTC is meeting this week to discuss whether three unidentified telemarketers knowingly violated the national do-not-call list.  The three telemarketers have refused to pay undisclosed fines and the CRTC has thus far refused to identify the firms.

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August 24, 2009 2 comments Must Reads

CRTC Releases Communications Monitoring Report

The CRTC has released the second annual Communications Monitoring Report 2009.  The nearly-300 page report is filled with data and charts that will generate considerable study and commentary.  Some of the points that jumped out at me: Do-Not-Call: As of May 19th, there were over 6.8 million registrations, 145,000 complaints, […]

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August 6, 2009 4 comments News

Opposition MPs Call on CRTC To Name DNCL Violators

Liberal and NDP MPs are calling on the CRTC to name names by disclosing the identities of the companies fined under the do-not-call list.  The CRTC refuses to name the names if the companies pay the applicable fine.

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July 13, 2009 4 comments Must Reads