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Answering your questions from Mail Call

Answering your questions from Mail Call

July 17, 2009

Editor's Note: Herald-Mail reporters and editors will answer some of the questions that are called in by readers to Mail Call. Consider this us returning your call.




How do you get on the Do Not Call List?



Q: "Would you please put the phone number in the paper again for the Do Not Call list? Over the last few months, the number of sales calls that I receive, most of them prerecorded, have been sales calls. I'm disabled, it's hard for me to get to the phone, but they're still a nuisance irregardless. I want the number for the Do Not Call list, and I don't know where to go for it. Could you please publish it?"

-- Hagerstown

A: Telephone numbers, including those for landlines and cell phones, can be placed on the National Do Not Call Registry by phoning 1-888-382-1222 or TTY 1-866-290-4236. You must call from the number you wish to register. Registration is free.

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Numbers also can be placed on the Do Not Call Registry by going to www.donotcall.gov on the Web.

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