The Toronto Star features a stunning article on tens of thousands of complaints filed with the CRTC over Bell’s telemarketing practices. The report includes allegations of abusive and aggressive callers, including one instance of a death threat.
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CRTC Levies $500K Fine for Do-Not-Call Violation
In the largest do-not-call violation fine to date (by far), the CRTC has hit Xentel DM, a Calgary-based telemarketing firm, with a $500,000 fine for violating the law.
Do-Not-Call List Data: $73,000 in Fines, $250 Collected
Senator Percy Downe has obtained interesting information on the enforcement side of the do-not-call list. According to data obtained by Downe, the CRTC has imposed $73,000 in fines, but has collected only $250 (as of March 1, 2010).
Do-Not-Call List Undermined By Loopholes in the Law
Appeared in the Toronto Star on October 12, 2009 as Do-Not-Call List Undermined By Loopholes in Law This month marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of Canada's do-not-call list. Over the past 12 months, millions of Canadians have registered their numbers on the list and filed hundreds of thousands […]
DNCL Violator Responds to CRTC Fine
P2Pnet.net reports on the response from Rob Sugar to a do-not-call list violation fine.