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Should non-profits have to abide by the no-call list?


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It's hard to identify a greater government success over the last decade than the national no-call list. Many of us have experienced a vast reduction in annoying phone calls and we are truly grateful. Non-profits, however, are exempt. Therefore, we still get a number of calls asking for donations.

Should they be included with all other telemarketers? Keep in mind that the charities themselves are rarely calling. It is normally a telemarketing company that keeps the majority of your "donation".

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It's hard to identify a greater government success over the last decade than the national no-call list. Many of us have experienced a vast reduction in annoying phone calls and we are truly grateful. Non-profits, however, are exempt. Therefore, we still get a number of calls asking for donations.Should they be included with all other telemarketers? Keep in mind that the charities themselves are rarely calling. It is normally a telemarketing company that keeps the majority of your "donation".

Yes, they absolutely should have to abide. They also use guilt factors: "Don't you want to support the firefighters" or the one that made me the most angry "Don't you care about the fight against children's cancer?" I never lose my temper over the phone, but I almost blasted that person into the middle of next week. A good sized portion of the donation goes to the blasted telemarketers.For the record, we do charitable donations.
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