This legislation gives the FTC and state attorneys general law enforcement tools to combat telemarketing fraud, gives consumers added privacy protections and defenses against unscrupulous telemarketers, and helps consumers tell the difference between fraudulent and legitimate telemarketing.
This guide describes the types of organizations and activities that are subject to the TSR and explains how to comply.
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To protect yourself against phishing, follow these basic guidelines: Pharming is an attempt to defraud Internet surfers by hijacking a Web site’s domain name, or URL, and redirecting users to an imposter Web site where fraudulent requests for information are made.
To protect yourself against pharming, follow these basic guidelines: What does "phishing" mean?
For information about a particular state’s laws, contact the state attorney general’s office or another state consumer protection agency. to induce the purchase of goods or services or a charitable contribution” involving more than one interstate telephone call.
Click on Register link and you will have to enter on a couple of pages the details of the person intending to get married.
After you submit your information, your profile will be automatically created and you shall be given a 'Matrimony ID' generated for future references and login purposes.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) enforces the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), which also regulates telemarketing.
For more information about the TCPA, contact the FCC at