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Missouri law allows Missourians to reduce unwanted telemarketing calls made to their homes or cell phones by signing up for the Missouri No-Call List, which is managed by the Attorney General’s Office. The office pursues actions against those who violate these laws and harass Missouri citizens.

Enforcement Actions

The Attorney General’s Office has opened 25 enforcement actions against illegal telemarketers since the beginning of 2017. Nine of those enforcement actions resulted in litigation.

Costs Imposed

If fraudulent telemarketers are breaking the law in Missouri, the Attorney General’s Office is going to do everything in its power to bring them to justice. Since the beginning of 2017, the Attorney General’s Office has obtained judgments against illegal telemarketers totaling over $1 million.

Settlements Reached

In August 2017, the Attorney General’s Office resolved its lawsuit with Charter Communications over alleged violations of state and federal No-Call and telemarketing laws. Under the settlement, Charter agreed to a monetary payment of $225,000 and to terms designed to prevent and quickly remedy any potential violations.

In June 2017, the Attorney General’s Office reached a settlement agreement with Feature Films for Families. The company placed calls to Missouri residents on the No-Call list soliciting movies. Pursuant to the agreement, the company will pay $75,000 to the state of Missouri. 

To sign up for the No-Call List sign up here. To learn more about the No-Call Law and the office’s role in protecting your privacy, visit the No-Call website.