The National Do Not Call List (DNCL) was introduced in 2008 by Canada’s Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission with the objective of reducing unwanted telemarketing calls to consumers who register their number on the database. While there are a few exceptions, many telemarketing firms are required by law to comply with the DNCL, or face large financial penalties issued by the CRTC (up to $1,500 per violation for individuals and up to $15,000 per violation for businesses).
By removing prospects registered on the National DNCL your firm can become compliant with the DNCL and avoid potentially damaging financial penalties. Over 50% of Canadians have registered themselves on the DNCL.
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