What is the DNC List?

The DNC or “Do Not Call” list was created in an effort to empower consumers to block telemarketing phone calls.  This registry is a government initiative backed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).  Consumers are required to register their numbers and within 31 days of registration they will be put on the list and telemarketers are no longer allowed to call them.
This list has posed great challenges for businesses that leverage telemarketing – not only does it limit the opportunities in that particular channel but it also requires that companies maintain regulatory compliance.  You, as a business, are responsible for managing your lists so that you do not violate compliance of the DNC.  This can be an extremely tedious and daunting task – which is why Natimark has developed a process that can handle this for you!

We maintain and update the three key lists that are used as part of the DNC registry – the National FTC Do-Not-Call File, the DMA Telephone Preference Service (TPS) and the DMA Pander File.  Upon engaging Natimark for this service, the records will be automatically suppressed to ensure that you are in compliance with government mandates and federal guidelines.

Interested in bringing your lists up to compliance standards?  Want to avoid litigation and angry phone calls?  Contact us today to find out more about our services!