Urgent

Myvoicedialing.com, The Lead Company and it's affiliates will not do business with any company that is a for profit corporation dialing to US Consumers. If you are dialing US consumers and you are a for profit company dialing a list that you do not have an EBR with it is illegal, we suggest you find a different form of advertising.

Myvoicedialing.com advises you to contact an attorney that specializes in Telemarketing issues before engaging in Telemarketing. Myvoicedialing.com advises you to check with and comply with laws in the jurisdictiion you are in and dialing to, as well as donot call regulations.

To dial with Myvoicedialing.com you must comply with 16 C.F.R. Part 310: Telemarketing Sales Rule: Prohibition Of Prerecorded Commercial Telemarketing Calls To Consumers without Consumers' Express Written Agreement To Receive Such Calls: Final Rule.

Some Political and Non Profit Robo calls may be exempt. Check with your attorney...

Canadian Dialing

For the Canadian DNC and regulation Visit http://www.crtc.gc.ca/eng/info_sht/t1032.htm You are responsible for making sure your calling lists are current, and that you do not call the home phone, cellular or fax numbers that are on the National DNCL. You must maintain your own do not call list. If a consumer asks not to be contacted, you must add their name and number to your do not call list within 31 days. You must comply with the Telemarketing Rules at all times. For example, you can only make calls and send faxes at certain times of the day, and you must identify yourself at the beginning of every call. You must also comply with the Automatic Dialing and Announcing Device Rules, which are devices that dial telephone numbers automatically and deliver a pre-recorded message.

All USA Federal and State Regulations

For Customers doing business in the USA, or dialing in the USA as of 9-1-09 Beginning September 1, 2009, prerecorded commercial telemarketing calls to consumers (commonly known as robocalls) will be prohibited, unless the telemarketer has obtained permission in writing from consumers who want to receive such calls, the Federal Trade Commission announced today. Myvoicedialing.com will not violate this rule under any circumstance. In August 2008 the Commission adopted additional amendments to the TSR that directly address the use of prerecorded messages in telemarketing calls. These amendments are fully explained in this manual.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) enforces the Telephone Consumr Proteection Act (TCPA), which also regulates telemarketing. The FCC recently amended its TCPA regulations, which touch on many of the topics covered by the TSR. For more information about the TCPA, contact the FCC at www.fcc.gov. The TSR and the TCPA regulations cover nearly all telemarketing with similar rules.

CHAPTER 14. REGULATION OF AUTOMATIC DIALING MACHINES

Burns Ind. Code Ann. § 24-5-14-5
§ 24-5-14-5. Conditions for using automatic dialing-announcing device -- Exceptions
http://www.in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title24/ar5/ch14.html

(a) This section does not apply to messages:
(1) From school districts to students, parents, or employees;
(2) To subscribers with whom the caller has a current business or personal relationship; or
(3) Advising employees of work schedules.
(b) A caller may not use or connect to a telephone line an automatic dialing-announcing device unless:
(1) The subscriber has knowingly or voluntarily requested, consented to, permitted, or authorized receipt of the message; or
(2) The message is immediately preceded by a live operator who obtains the subscriber's consent before the message is delivered.

Visit the FTC.gov for further information.

http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/pubs/business/marketing/bus27.shtm
http://www.ftc.gov/opa/2009/08/robocalls.shtm