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Do You Use Telemarketing To Recruit New Members? If you or a third party uses the


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f you or a third party uses the phone or fax to con- tact prospects for your club, you need to comply with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications


phone or fax to contact prospects for your club, you need to com- ply with the Canadian Radio- television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)’s Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules at all times. Here are just some of the rules and regulations. For complete infor- mation, visit www.LNNTE-DNCL. gc.ca.


Rules for Telemarketers 1.


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Do You Use Telemarketing To Recruit New Members?


What are the Penalties for Non-Compliance? Individuals can be fi ned up to $1,500


and corporations up to $15,000, for each violation.


Commission (CRTC)’s Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules at all times. Here are just some of the rules a Rnd regulations. For com-


D plo Nete information, visit ope www LNNTE-DNCL.gc.ca. 2.


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the National DNCL. Download an up- dated list every 31 days. 3. Do Not Call List (Na io


Rules for Telemarketers 1. Register with the National


Purchase a subscription to


call list. Consumers who ask a tele- marketer to stop calling must be add- ed to the internal list within 31 days. 4.


operator.


Maintain an internal do not 2. Purchase a subscription to


l DNCL)


istered on the National DNCL or your own internal list. 5. When calling, identify


who you are and provide contact information. 6.


can reach you. Call or send faxes from


the National DNCL. Download an updated list every 31 days. 3. Maintain an internal do not


Do not call any number reg-


call list. Consumers who ask a telemarketer to stop calling must be added to the internal list with- in 31 days. 4. Do not call any number reg-


ber oistered on the National DNCL or your own internal list.


9:00am to 9:30pm only on weekdays information.


weekends. 8.


Dialing and Announcing Device Rules, which apply to devices dialling auto- mat 9i:c00am to 9:30pm only on ed w ekdays and from 10:00am to


ber or a number where the con- sumer can reach you. 7. Call or send faxes from


message.


ally and delivering a pre-record- 6:00pm only on weekends.


Who is Exempt? 1. registered Canadian charities


8. Comply with the Automatic


raising funds 2. newspapers selling subscriptions 3. political parties and their


Dialing and Announcing Device Rules, which apply to devices di- alling automatically and deliver- ing a pre-recorded message.


candidates 4. companies selling only to other


businesses 5. companies contacting consum-


ers with whom they have an existing relationship


raising funds 2. newspapers selling


subscriptions 3. political parties and their What are the Penalties for


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