The Telephone Consumer Protection Act was signed in 1991. It was enacted to protect consumers from unwanted calls commonly called “robocalls”. The TCPA places restrictions on the use of the telephone network for unsolicited advertising calls and faxes. The Act also created the Do Not Call list under the FCC (Federal Communication Commission).
- Understand the general requirements of the TCPA
- Ensure you do not call a consumer who has requested to not be called
- Create policies and procedures to comply with the TCPA
- General Requirements
- Do Not Call Registry
- Telemarketing Service Rule
Rev–Jan. 2022. Course length ≈ 18 minutes.
This course is worth 0.5 CPE credit.