Sunday, June 28, 2009

National warranty extension robocallers finally stopped by federal court

By Dave Stancliff/For the Times-Standard

Posted: 06/28/2009 01:27:17 AM PDT

Have you noticed those “warranty extension robocalls” have stopped?

Do you wonder why?

I got several calls each day for months and tried to stop them. I filed with the National Do Not Call Registry -- and was on the verge of writing a scathing column about the hapless Federal Trade Commission (FTC) because they couldn't seem to stop those calls.

I was about to gather the local villagers and hand out burning torches as soon as I found the location of the boiler room for those robocalls! It seemed that nothing less than an all-out assault on these fiends would do.

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