Chamber Of Commerce Wants Robocalls So You Can Be Interrupted

Now there are two things that have zero credibility with me. The Chamber of Commerce and and Robocalls.

The Chamber of Commerce is suing to strike down the Federal Communications Commission’s new robocall restrictions approved in June. The FCC proposal, approved in a 3-2 vote, would broaden the definition of autodialers, which can churn through numerous telephone numbers at the same time but are banned from calling mobile phones.

The Chamber also alleged that the new rule allowing consumers to more easily opt out of being called are largely unworkable. And the limits on calling a number that has been reassigned opens business up to litigation for “simply attempting in good faith to communicate with customers who previously provided valid consent to be contacted,” according to the Chamber.

[TheHill.com]
Chamber Of Commerce Wants Robocalls So You Can Be Interrupted