|Received:||11/27/2004 10:57:51 AM|
|Subject:||Trade Regulation Rule on Telemarketing Sales|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Request for Comment|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 310|
Comments:It's the DO NOT CALL list. What is so hard to understand? I don't want loopholes, I DON'T want telemarketers calling me. No changes to allow any organization to send me recorded messages. I wish the telemarketers would understand they are wasting their time calling homes that went to the trouble to put their number of the list. I'm not going to listen, I'm not going to buy. I'm going to either not answer or hang up. I'm going to remember the company and never buy from them. Now I'm going to get spam on my answering machine? Got that during the election. Didn't like it then, don't like the idea now. In fact, I tried not to vote for anyone who called and left me a message. And isn't enough that we get spam email , junk mail and junk faxes. Now you want to add my phone to the list. And what about cell phones? How are you going to stop this from hitting cell phones where I have to pay for every call. I hope you all understand. We don't want to be called. The list is working, don't start opening loopholes to allow more calls; tighten the rules, make it more difficult. In fact, why don't you start by closing one and stop the damn politicians from calling me. I don't want to hear from them anymore than I want to hear from a telemarketer. This really sounds like a bad idea, anything that opens the list up to allow more calls is not a good idea. Start here, and pretty soon we'll be back to where we were before. Inundated with 10+ calls a night. And I have an unlisted number.