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SALES LEADS TELEMARKETING THE FCC
THE FTC DO NOT CALL

When a prospective client inquires about purchasing sales leads for their business one of the most commonly asked questions has to do with FCC Regulations regarding Telemarketing and The FTC’s Do Not Call List.

When considering purchasing sales leads and implementing telemarketing as a part of your marketing solution we stress that clients consult with and get a written opinion from an Attorney that describes how The FCC Regulations regarding Telemarketing and The FTC’s Do Not Call List relate to your business practices and activities. Syndicate Leads is not authorized to give legal advice on this or any other topic related to your business.

List Brokers offer misinformation about this topic or they do not inform you that any regulations exist when purchasing sales leads for the purpose of telemarketing or making outbound phone calls for your business. The information below is directly from The FTC’s website regarding complying with the Do Not Call List. For more information about sales leads, telemarketing, and The FTC Do Not Call requirements go directly to www.ftc.gov and consult with an attorney.

Telemarketer (“TM”) – includes any person or business who, in connection with telemarketing, initiates or receives telephone calls to or from a customer.

  • If a Telemarketer is accessing the registry through a Seller’s account, (the Seller by definition is the Telemarketer’s Client) the Seller must have its own subscription with the Registry. The Telemarketer may access the Registry on behalf of the Seller at no additional charge if the Telemarketer is authorized by the Seller to use the Seller’s SAN. Any applicable fees should be paid by the Seller, or by the Telemarketer on that Seller's behalf. The Telemarketer may use the data it downloads only for that Seller. Telemarketers should understand that every Seller must have its own subscription to the Registry. At the direction of a Seller, a Telemarketer may complete the online subscription process and obtain a SAN for the Seller.
  • If a Telemarketer accesses the registry on its own behalf as well as accessing the registry through a client’s account, it may obtain its own SAN by subscribing to area codes for itself and paying its own access fee and agreeing to the certification requirements. However, a Telemarketer may not use Registry data to place calls on behalf of more than one Seller unless each Seller has its own subscription and a SAN. That is, a Telemarketer cannot purchase the list once and then provide the data to all of its Clients who have not paid the appropriate fees to access the Registry.

Service Provider (“SP”) – includes any person or business that provides assistance to sellers or telemarketers to engage in telemarketing, such as list brokers and service bureaus.

  • If a Service Provider accesses the registry through a client’s account, the client must have its own subscription with the Registry. The Service Provider may access the Registry on behalf of the client at no additional charge if the Service Provider is authorized by the client to use the client’s SAN. Any applicable fees should be paid by the client, or by the Service Provider on that client's behalf. The Service Provider may use the data it downloads only for that client. Service Provider should understand that every client must have its own subscription to the Registry. At the direction of a client, a Service Provider may complete the online subscription process and obtain a SAN for the client.
  • If a Service Provider accesses the registry on its own behalf as well as accessing the registry through a client’s account, it may obtain its own SAN by subscribing to area codes for itself and paying its own access fee and agreeing to the certification requirements. However, a Service Provider may not use Registry data to place calls on behalf of more than one Seller unless each Seller has its own subscription and a SAN. That is, a Service Provider cannot purchase the list once and then provide the data to all of its Clients who have not paid the appropriate fees to access the Registry.

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