Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-14-1-.04 - Notice of Objection to Residential, Mobile and Wireless Telephone Solicitations

Current through Rules and Regulations filed through April 4, 2022

(a) A residential, mobile and wireless telephone subscriber may give notice to the Commission or its designated entity that he or she objects to receiving telephone solicitations and wishes to be placed on the Commission's telemarketing No Call Database by placing his or her name in the single national database established by the Federal Communications Commission.
(b) Any notice objecting to the receipt of telephone solicitations filed with the Commission or its designated entity by a business service subscriber will not be considered for inclusion on the Commission's No Call Database.
(c) The Commission incorporates into the Georgia No Call List by reference the part of the single national database established by the Federal Communications Commission that relates to Georgia.
(d) In the event that the Federal Communications Commission discontinues accepting registrations through the single national database, a residential, mobile, and wireless subscriber may give notice to the Commission or its designated entity that he or she objects to receiving telephone solicitations and wishes to be placed on the Commission's telemarketing No Call database by registering with the Commission or its designated agent and paying any fee established by the Commission in its fee schedule.

Notes

Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. R. 515-14-1-.04
O.C.G.A. Sec. 46-5-27.
Original Rule entitled "Notice of Objection to Residential Telephone Solicitations" adopted. F. Dec. 11, 1998; eff. 12/31/1998. Amended. F. Aug. 9, 1999; eff. 8/29/1999. Amended: Rule retitled "Notice of Objection to Residential, Mobile and Wireless Telephone Solicitations". F. Dec. 23, 2003; eff. 1/12/2004.

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