Dataman Group offers Do Not Call Processing in order to clean your lists and stay up to date with privacy guidelines and practices established by the FTC.

Our Do Not Call Processing will run your lists through the following files:

  • National FTC Do-Not-Call file
  • Various state Do-Not-Call files
  • DMA Telephone Preference Service (TPS) file
  • DMA Pander file
  • Wireless Blocked Numbers
  • Disconnect Telephone Files
  • Prison Suppression Files

Removing the disconnected numbers will improve productivity and lower your cost per lead.

This process also keeps you in compliance with FTC Guidelines.

Turnaround time is less than 24 hours and the pricing for Do Not Call Processing starts at $100.00.

Email your list, in excel, to scott@datamangroup.com to see how many records we can remove from your database.

 

You have Two Eyes and One Mouth for a Reason. Want a Telemarketing Tip?

News directly from the FTC:

Consumers may place their cell phone number on the National Do Not Call Registry to notify marketers that they don’t want to get unsolicited telemarketing calls.

The truth about cell phones and the Do Not Call Registry is:

  • The government is not releasing cell phone numbers to telemarketers.
  • There is no deadline for registering a cell phone number on the Do Not Call Registry.
  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations prohibit telemarketers from using automated dialers to call cell phone numbers without prior consent. Automated dialers are standard in the industry, so most telemarketers are barred from calling consumers’ cell phones without their consent.
  • There is only one Do Not Call Registry, operated by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), with information available at donotcall.gov. There is no separate registry for cell phones.
  • The Do Not Call Registry accepts registrations from both cell phones and land lines. To register by telephone, call 1-888-382-1222 (TTY: 1-866-290-4236). You must call from the phone number that you want to register. To register online (donotcall.gov), you will have to respond to a confirmation email.
  • If you have registered a mobile or other telephone number already, you don’t need to re-register. Once registered, a telephone number stays on the Do Not Call Registry until the registration is canceled or service for the number is discontinued.