State Asks No-Call Violators "Can You Hear Me Now?"

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JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — The Mississippi Public Service Commission has charged sixteen telemarketers for violating the state’s “No-Call” law by making hundreds of calls to Mississippi residents. If the companies are found to have violated the No-Call law, they could face fines of up to $5000 per call. PSC Commissioner Brandon Presley says landline phones can be added to the “no call” list online at, and the PSC’s new “No Call” smartphone app can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store or Google Play Marketplace which allows citizens to immediately report calls to the PSC from their cell phones.



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  1. About time!

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