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The federal government has announced a major crackdown on tens of robocallers are responsible for over 1 billion robocalls.
The campaign, called “Operation, Call it quits,” recorded actions taken by the us Federal Trade Commission 25 federal, state, and local governments to address on a spam call activity in a rural location, that is, the frequency of a range of products and services, including credit card interest rate reductions, money-making schemes, and medical alert systems.
Tuesday’s announcement brought the number of cases of the COMMISSION in the fight against illegal robocallers and do Not Call (DNC) offenders, at 145.
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The FTC is working to combat the onslaught of “is generally loathed” robocalls also includes new information on the education and training of consumers and of the efforts to promote the development of technology-based solutions to block robocallers.
“We are all fed up with the tens of billions of illegal robocalls that we get every year,” said Andrew Smith, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, in a press release. “Today, it’s a collaborative effort, shows that the fight against this scourge remains a high priority for the law enforcement agencies in the country.”
The COMMISSION has worked with 45 of the by-law enforcement partners across the country, in the us.
Lawmakers are also preparing to target robocallers, with a number of the measures currently working their way through Congress right now.
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