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Finally! Consumers will be able to stop robocalls and spam texts

The Federal Communications Commission agreed today that consumers should have more control over those annoying robocalls and spam text messages.  Complaints of unwanted calls and texts are the majority of the complaints the FCC receives, with more than 215,000 in 2014.

Today’s announcement will close loopholes and increase consumer protection.   It will also allow service providers to offer robocall-blocking technology, let consumers opt out of robocalls and robotexts and no longer allow companies to call reassigned numbers multiple times.

Click here to read the FCC’s full release on today’s decision.


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