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New York regulators fined a telemarketing consultant for some of America's worst charities $50,000 on Wednesday after officials determined he had violated a lifetime ban on raising money there.
It sounded like a legitimate offer of debt collection services offered for a reasonable fee.
An expanded "do-not-call" registry that includes text messaging and new protections for heating oil customers were among several consumer protection bills that cleared the Connecticut Senate on Tuesday and will head to the House for final action.
Sequoia Capital-backed startup leverages the power of the crowd to protect consumers from mobile spam by identifying and blocking more than 1.5 billion spam calls per year Millions of iPhone users everyday fall victim to scams and take calls from telemarketers because the iOS platform does not currently allow you to ID calls over its network.
Nearly 7 billion pieces of mail go undelivered each year, a travesty for both the planet and for direct mailers' budgets, says the head of a California company that verifies and corrects mailing list data.
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The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported it had receipts of $10,340,790 and disbursements of $4,511,496 during March, leaving $40,239,885 cash on hand on March 31st.
I agree as well. And the impression that government agencies appear to go off and overstep their bounds with abandon, concocting any excuse they can in the name of "national security," doesn't help.
April 21, 2014 - Growll, a one-stop-shop for high quality printed material, has launched a new Website featuring a fully-automated direct mail service that may revolutionize online printing.
Texas April 21, 2014 - Easter Monday is around the corner, and the global marketers are all set to unleash brand new offerings and initiate new campaigns.
Rick Aleman holds the direct marketing post card he's been trying to send through the USPS' Every Door Direct Mail service.
"If your game plan doesn't seem to be working, then go back to the fundamentals."
Dr. Ben Carson, professor emeritus at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference annual meeting in National Harbor, Md., on March 8, 2014.
The National Consumers League says almost a third of all telemarketing fraud victims are age 60 or older.