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Want to stay on the No Call List? (US Only)


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Fenor

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Just want everyone who lives in the US to know that if you want to stay on the 'No Call List,' that you have to call 1-866-9-NO-CALL TODAY to keep yourself on the list, or add yourself to it. If you don't, you will have to wait four months before you can be added to it. You have to add yourself to the No Call List every two years, and today is the cut-off day for that.

Just thought some people might want to know this. :whistling:

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www.donotcall.gov/

The 866 numba didnt werk for me.
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15. How long does my phone number stay registered?

Your phone number will remain on the registry for five years from the date you register (unless you choose to take it off the registry or your phone number is disconnected). If you register online, you may want to print the Web page for your records when your registration is accepted

apparently the list is kept for 5 years...not 2
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also...for double protection you can sign up on your individual state's do not call list too
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