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US government announces nationwide crackdown on robocallers

The US government announced a nationwide crackdown on illegal robocalls Tuesday, targeting companies and individuals who have collectively placed over 1 billion unwanted calls for financial schemes and other services, according to the Federal Trade Commission. 381 more words

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US government announces nationwide crackdown on robocallers

WASHINGTON — The US government announced a nationwide crackdown on illegal robocalls Tuesday, targeting companies and individuals who have collectively placed over 1 billion unwanted calls for financial schemes and other services, according to the Federal Trade Commission. 385 more words

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FTC To 'Crack Down' On Robocalls, Companies Fined Millions

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Nearly five billion Americans received robocalls last month alone.

Now, the government is said to unveil a major crackdown on the companies behind the calls. 178 more words

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Feds Announce New Crackdown On Robocall Companies

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Americans received 4.7 billion robocalls last month, according to call-blocking company YouMail.

Federal authorities are now going after some of the companies behind them, CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported Tuesday. 324 more words

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Colorado Included In Nationwide Crackdown On Robocallers By U.S. Government

(CNN) — The US government announced a nationwide crackdown on illegal robocalls on Tuesday, targeting companies and individuals who have collectively placed over 1 billion unwanted calls for financial schemes and other services, according to the Federal Trade Commission. 444 more words

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FTC Announces Major Crackdown On Robocalls

(CBS News) — The Federal Trade Commission and law enforcement plan to file charges against several companies and individuals as part of a major government clampdown on… 106 more words

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Sen. Chuck Schumer Calls For $10,000 Fine On Every Robocall

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) – Putting an end to the plague of robocalls once and for all, Sen. Chuck Schumer has a plan to stop them before the phone rings. 238 more words

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