|Received:||11/27/2004 7:48:05 PM|
|Subject:||Trade Regulation Rule on Telemarketing Sales|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Request for Comment|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 310|
Comments:There still is overwhelming support of a 'do not call list' because we do _not_ want to be called. Our information was offered in good faith that it would be used to stop harrasing calls by telemarketers. Do not allow a loophole to be opened that would destroy the reason this list was created in the first place. What difference does it make, a live person vs. a pre-recorded message? Other than, "they" don't have to pay for all the telemarketers? Having a recording doesn't allow me to request being removed from their call list. If I wanted to listen to a voice rambling on about a useless product I have no intention of buying, I would have never signed up. If you provide the callers with this, you are merely giving them the information that I have already removed from their use. How many times must we demand to be left in peace?