Dial in Compliance

Reaching customers by telephone is undoubtedly an essential part of your business. Regulations set forth by the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) prohibit the use of autodialers or pre-recorded voice messages to any telephone number in which the called party may be charged. Failure to comply with these regulations may result in large fines potentially damaging the reputation of your company or to avoid missing out on contacting numbers that are allowed under the TCPA rules. With more than 600K porting transactions daily in the U.S. alone, it can be difficult to determine whether a number is wireless or wireline by just examining the number.

Fortunately, there is a solution that helps companies  comply with TCPA regulations by identifying which phone numbers are ported between wireless and wireline each day.

PortData Comply: Know before you call

In the United States, you can rely on PortData Comply for secure access to daily updates of phone numbers that have ported between wireless and wireline.  As the nation’s only authoritative source of this information, it ‘s not surprising that PortData Comply is used by a variety of organizations, including:

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A vital resource for three distinct customer  types

Whether the data you access will be used by your company or to support your customers, there are three subscription options to meet yourspecific  needs

  • Direct customer that use the porting data for themselves to help avoid engaging in TCPA-prohibited conduct
  • Reseller customers that disclose, assign, lease, or sell, the porting data to  a third party that itself qualifies to receive the data so they can help avoid engaging in TCPA-prohibited conduct.
  • Second Tier customers that receive porting  data from a Reseller customer so that the Second Tier customer can itself help avoid engaging in TCPA-prohibited conduct.

Next steps

 To begin the registration process, follow these three, simple steps:

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Access PortData Comply here.

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