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The TSR prohibits any recovery service from requesting or accepting payment for any good or service that seeks to help a consumer recover the funds paid in a previous transaction or to recover anything of value promised to a consumer in a previous transaction up to seven business days after the delivery of the recovered funds or other items to the consumer. These same disclosures should be made in an upselling transaction if some of the information contained in these disclosures is different from the initial information (if the initial transaction was an outbound call subject to TSR) or if no disclosure was required in the initial transaction, such as a call to customer service unrelated to the sales department. On the other hand, in an internal additional sale, in which the same seller offers goods or services additional to those of the initial transaction, a new disclosure of the seller's identity is not necessary because the information is the same as that provided in the initial transaction. If a telephone seller offers goods or services that are not in the catalog that prompted the consumer's call or in a substantially similar catalog, the sales transaction is covered by the TSR.
In fact, debt collection services are not covered by TSR in general, because they are not “carried out to induce the purchase of goods or services”, a prerequisite for TSR coverage, as dictated by the TSR definition of “telephone sales”. If your client has several debts enrolled in your program and you have paid off one of them, you can collect a portion of the total fee as long as you have also completed the three steps required in connection with that debt. The telemarketer in the recovery room falsely promises to recover the lost money or the promised prize, in exchange for a fee paid in advance. In any multipurpose call in which the seller or telephone salesperson plans to sell goods or services in at least some of the calls, the four previous sales disclosures must be made without delay, that is, during the first part of the call before the non-sales part of the call.
In addition, it is not appropriate to reuse the digits that a customer has provided to identify them during another part of the call, such as in an incoming call where the customer is asked to provide their account number by pressing the digits on the telephone keypad. The opt-out must occur immediately after the initial disclosures, explained in the section on immediate disclosure in outbound telemarketing calls that the TSR imposes on all telemarketing calls. Similarly, in any multi-purpose call in which the telephone vendor plans to request charitable contributions on at least some of the calls, both charitable request disclosures must be made promptly, that is, during the first part of the call, before the non-charitable part of the call. In these transactions, a deceptive telephone seller calls a consumer who has lost money or hasn't received the prize promised in a previous scam.
To help automate the download process, the National Registry offers the option of configuring web services to request changelogs in the format of labeled data in XML. When disclosures are oral, clear and eye-catching, they mean that they are made at an understandable speed and pace, and in the same language and in the same tone and volume as the sales offers, so that ordinary consumers can easily hear and understand them. For example, a third party that, directly or indirectly, (provides sellers or sellers over the phone with mailing lists, automatic dialing software, or telephone services), (helps create sales scripts or direct mail items) or (provides any other substantial assistance) knowingly or knowingly avoids knowing that the seller or telephone seller is committing a TSR violation may be in violation of the TSR. .