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Presley announces settlements for three alleged no-call violators

HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a press release from the office of Commissioner Brandon Presley

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI (July 11, 2014) – Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced today that the Mississippi Public Service Commission has reached settlements with three alleged No-Call violators.

$1,750 was received from NRRM, LLC

$3,500 from Alliance Data Systems

$500 from Maxim Media Marketing

In complaints received by the Commission, the companies were alleged to have made unauthorized telephone solicitations and failed to register with the PSC as telephone solicitors.

Mississippians who wish to add their home telephone number to the No Call list should contact the Public Service Commission at 1-800-356-6428 or online at www.psc.state.ms.us/nocall.

 

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