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Does your listing on the "do not call" list expire after a period of time?

Asked by srmorgan (6768points) February 20th, 2012

We seem to be getting a lot of annoying calls lately.
We are on the do not call list, Does that listing expire?

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rebbel's avatar

I don’t know where you are from but f you are a inhabitant of the Netherlands your listing does not expire (only when you unlist yourself).

WestRiverrat's avatar

Yes it does, and you have to have a different listing for each phone number. There is also a growing list of people exempt from having to honor the no call list. Mostly politicians and polling companies are exempt.

srmorgan's avatar

@rebbel—I am in the United States

rebbel's avatar

@srmorgan Then I think that @WestRiverrat‘s answer may be of more help.
But when it comes to no call listing it would be better to live in Holland ;-)

MollyMcGuire's avatar

It used to. You should sign up again. Newly listed numbers never expire.

JLeslie's avatar

Someone once told me it expires every ten years. Not sure if that is true.

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