|Received:||12/20/2004 11:58:57 PM|
|Organization:||Committees and Citizens for Public Interest, [PA, PC, RT - contact for explanations for use of [ ]|
|Subject:||Trade Regulation Rule on Telemarketing Sales|
|Title:||Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Request for Comment|
|CFR Citation:||16 CFR Part 310|
Comments:'Clark Said' newsletter – December 20, 2004 I am filing a complaint according to ClarkHoward.com newsletter on his web page and his #10 as shown below. I do not want telephone calls or internet e-mail or any other form of communications from "recorded spam" or similar communiques: -->10. File a complaint to avoid receiving recorded spam: The FTC is considering a petition that would allow telemarketers to leave pre-recorded "spam blitzes" to be left on your voicemail. Read more about it and file a complaint! http://clarkhoward.com/shownotes/2004/12/06.html#spam I consider and assume the complaint is properly filed unless I get proper, legal and sufficient notice otherwise. I encumber all legal rights, privileges, and any other legal protection(s) given to me under any and all rights given any and all US Citizens, Residents, Tourists, etc. of any and all States, Provinces, and Possessions and Protectores of the USA and its subservients governments of any type or kind. [ ] in form are used to encumber any similar rights of such proper and legal us, if such is permissable and acceptible. Apology is hereby given if any offense is taken. Thank you.