FTC Enforcement For Do Not Call Violation

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on December 13, 2005

FTC press release: “Satellite television provider DIRECTV will pay $5,335,000 to settle FTC charges that, since October 2003, DIRECTV and companies it hired to promote DIRECTV programming have been violating the Do Not Call (DNC) provisions of the Commission’s Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR). This is the largest civil penalty the FTC has ever announced in a case enforcing any consumer protection law.”

  • United States of America (for the Federal Trade Commission), Plaintiff, v. DirecTV, a California Corporation; D.R.D., Inc., also doing business as Power Direct, an Ohio Corporation; Daniel R. Delfino, individually and as an officer of D.R.D., Inc.; and Nomrah Records, also doing business as Direct Activation, a Florida Corporation, Defendants, United States District Court for the Central District of California, Western Division
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