Questions — and Answers — in Free TCPA Download from Neustar

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On July 10, 2015, the FCC released the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Declaratory Ruling which was immediately effective with the issuance of the Order. The FCC issued the Order to address petitions and requests that “sought clarity on how the Commission interprets the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), closing loopholes and strengthening consumer protections already on the books.”

Three months later, the industry is still sussing out answers to its questions about how, exactly, to comply with these “clarifications.”

In a free whitepaper, available for download now, Neustar dives into eight pressing questions facing the industry in the wake of the FCC’s ruling:

  1. Did the Order clarify the definition of an autodialer?
  2. What does the Order say about reassigned numbers?
  3. How are you interpreting the “one call” allowance under the new regulations?
  4. What do you need to do to have a “reasonable basis” to believe that the consent you have on record is valid?
  5. What does the Order say about revoking consent?
  6. What about the special exemptions that the FCC announced?
  7. Do you still need to determine what type of phone you are calling?
  8. What are industry best practices for dialing strategy?

To get the answer to these questions, be sure to download Neustar’s whitepaper: New TCPA Rules: Key Insights You Should Be Thinking About

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