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What does a Canadian telemarketer have to do?

On September 30, 2008, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) introduced the new and revised unsolicited telecommunications rules and the National Do Not Call List.

Subscription to the Canadian National DNCL is mandatory by law for every organization engaged in telemarketing. Registration and the purchase of a subscription for the area codes they intend to call must occur before a telemarketing campaign is initiated. A telemarketer must maintain records to demonstrate proof of registration to the National DNCL and proof of payment of fees to the National DNCL operator for a period of three years.

This white paper explains in detail the obligations under this new law.

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