North Carolina Telemarketing Law

This page contains information about North Carolina telemarketing law and North Carolina telemarketing regulations.  Many states have barriers that must be overcome before you can legally call their residents.  For example, some states have a local telemarketing license and/or a local Do-Not-Call list which is separate from the national DNC.  Virtually all states have some rules which telemarketers must follow when calling residents of those states.


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A short summary of North Carolina telemarketing law:

North Carolina Telemarketing Laws

North Carolina Telemarketing License

North Carolina Telemarketing Bond

None, unless a premium of $500 or more is offered.

North Carolina Telemarketing Curfew

8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 NC Code 75-102(f).

North Carolina Telemarketing Fines

$500 first violation;
 $1,000 second violation;
 $5,000 third and subsequent violations.
 Private right of action as well.

 NC Code 75-105

North Carolina State Specific DNC List

No.

Does the national DNC list apply?

Yes.

North Carolina Telemarketing Compliance

Does North Carolina have any Mandatory Disclosures, Prohibited Statements, or Cancellation Rights?

Yes - consult a telemarketing attorney for guidance.

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