Do Not Call List Won't Expire...For Now - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

10/25/07

Do Not Call List Won't Expire...For Now

Names will not be removed from the National Do Not Call List.

Two weeks ago, we told you that the list would expire, meaning you would have to re-register by June. But Tuesday, federal regulators changed their minds. The Federal Trade Commission will not remove any numbers while congress considers making the list permanent.

You can still add your number to the list if you would like to. The number is 1-888-382-1222.  You can also register online by clicking here.

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