May. 3rd, 2007

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The Australian do not call register is now a reality. So fight those annoying telemarketing terrorists...go on-line and register.


Registration complete

You have successfully registered 3 telephone number(s) on the Do Not Call Register.

Your registration expires in three years on 3-May-2010.

How long will it take before I stop receiving phone calls?

It may take up to 30 days for telemarketing agencies to recognise your registration and stop calling your number.

What can I do if I still receive calls after 30 days?

It you are still receiving telemarketing calls after 30 days, you can lodge a complaint.

Who can still call me?

Registering your number on the Do Not Call Register will not stop all calls to your number. There are some limited exemptions which enable certain public interest organisations to make telemarketing calls. Exempt organisations include charities, religious organisations, educational institutions and political parties.

Companies with which you have an on-going business relationship will still be allowed to call your number even if it is on the Register. For example, it may be reasonable to expect to receive a telemarketing call from a financial institution, utility, service provider or telephone carrier if you have an existing account. You may request the business to stop calling you at any time.

Two weeks before this date, a reminder email will be sent advising that your registration is about to expire and that you need to re-register your number(s). However, you don't need to wait until your registration expires to re-register your number for another three years.


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