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Telemarketers ignoring Do Not Call law

Complaints have jumped 63 percent in past two years

7:04 AM, Aug. 28, 2013
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The average monthly complaints from consumers who signed up for the national Do Not Call list but still are getting telemarketing calls have jumped 63 percent from 2011.

The statistics are in data from the Federal Trade Commission, which maintains the list.

Much of the blame is on a proliferation of computerized robocalls, according to Lois Greisman, the FTC's director of marketing practices. ...

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