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Florida Continues Crackdown on Telemarketing Licenses. Sales Scripts Need to Be Submitted in Advance.

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Last year I wrote about the need for a Florida telemarketing license if you are calling out of or into Florida for clients. Information on how to get a license can be found here. Apparently telephone sales scripts need to be submitted to the department prior to use. At least that’s what some folks found out the hard way. This ... Read More »

    Offering Any Debt Relief Services in Florida? Pay Attention. Telemarketer Arrested.

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    Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles Bronson has announced the arrest of a Lee County man for falsifying information on a state document that telemarketers are required to submit. 38 year old Jose A. Negron was charged with two 3rd degree felonies for falsification of a telephone salesperson application. The department regulates telemarketers and state law requires them to ... Read More »

      Located in Florida or Calling Florida Residents? You Better Have a Telemarketing License.

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      If you are a debt relief company that has a call center located in Florida, your business address is in Florida, or you call Florida residents, you had better make sure you have a business telemarketing license and your individual employees hold a commercial telephone salesperson license from the State of Florida. In the past the need for a telemarketing ... Read More »

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