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Free Sample Of Peace and Quiet, Do Not Call List

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This is a different kind of free sample.  This is peace and quite from telemarketers, the one free sample everyone wants.  Yes, this should get you some peace and quite from some guy trying to sell you vacation during dinner to North Korea.  Besides for the kidnappings, I’m sure it’s a pleasant country.  Or you can get some free samples of peace and quiet from those guys who call you over and over again trying to sell you a deck when you live an apartment complex.  Sure sometimes I’m the one who just talks to telemarketers when I’m lonely, you know ask them a bunch of random questions about bees and ducks, and whatever.

In any case all you have to do is visit the no call registry via this link and your number can’t be called by telemarkters. A perfect free sample of peace and quiet!

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7 Responses to “Free Sample Of Peace and Quiet, Do Not Call List”

  1. Arelle says:

    I’ve been wanting to do this for a long time…thank you so much for this one!!!

  2. donna says:

    I put my numbers on this list when it first came out and now I get phone calls constantly and I even get them on the cell, which I stupidly registed.(never got any on it before)So beware of this

  3. Kathryn says:

    DO NOT sign up for the Do Not Call list! A great many people have had horrific problems with it, and some foolish people even followed the Canadian Government’s advice of registering their cell phone numbers also only to find that, for the first time EVER, they were now getting telemarketing calls on their cells. This idea was the equivelant of communism – good in theory, but impossible to properly implement. Because so many telemarketing companies are based out of the country, the government often can’t enforce the violations. And, for a mere twenty dollar fee and a bit of basic info, anyone in the world can sign themselves up as a telemarketer and gain access to the entire list of names and numbers. Why? So they know which numbers not to call, says the government. Get real!! I did not register, more out of laziness than any portent of doom, and I have actually noticed that our telemarketing calls have significantly decreased. It would seem telemarketers have more than enough to keep them busy for the moment…

  4. Alley-Cat says:

    This is great! I kept saying that I would register my number since I saw this on City TV months ago but never got around to it. Telemarketing is so annoying so everybody should take advantage of this immediately.

  5. V says:

    I wouldn’t put my name on the Do Not Call list. I saw a news story on Ctv where they showed how easy it was to get your hands on the National list, and how telemarketers were actually using the DO NOT CALL list itself in order to call people!!!

  6. donna says:

    I would not use this again. I get more calls now than I did before I registered when the do not call list came out. I even entered my cell and I now gets calls on that.

  7. Christine says:

    I agree, when they first introduced this it sounded like a great idea. now i regret ever doing it in the first place. i just wish im not that gullible the next time. whats done is done and i cant take it back.

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