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Founder Advises the United States Federal Trade Commission on "DO NOT CALL LISTS"

The Founder with his extensive business knowledge was able to help the United States Government in their latest law making endeavors to protect consumers from being bombarded by telemarketers. As the economy had worsened last year more companies had turned to using telemarketing as another strategy to improve sales and meet quarterly objectives and therefore both large and small companies began increasing telemarketing campaigns. Unfortunately this came at a time after 9-11 when citizens were looking for more privacy and worried about identity theft. The Government came through with sweeping legislation outlawing the annoying phone calls.

Mr. Winslow's comments were actually 58 pages in all, making them the longest set of comments on the new legislation and anti-telemarketing laws.

Click here to view the document at the FTC's website.


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