There are currently over 4.3 million Missouri phone lines registered on the No Call list.
The No Call law allows Missourians to reduce unwanted telemarketing calls made to their homes by signing up for the No Call list, which is managed by the Attorney General's Office. There is no cost to get on the list.
Signing up is simple and can be accomplished by one of the following methods:
To find out if your residential phone has been registered to the Missouri No Call List, visit our online registration lookup.
Telemarketers are prohibited from calling homes on the list, with some exceptions written into the law. Consumers who believe a telemarketer has violated the law can file a complaint online or by mail:
Decrease telemarketing calls by taking our online No Call Quiz and learning more about telemarketing. Also when telemarketers call, ask them to put you on their no-call lists.
Telemarketers that violate Missouri's No Call law by calling Missourians that have registered their home phone numbers to the No Call list are in jeopardy of facing a legal action initiated by the Attorney General.
To date the Attorney General's Office has obtained court orders requiring telemarketers that violated the No Call law to pay $3,793,000 to the State.
To comply with the law, telemarketers will need to apply to receive the No Call list. For more information, telemarketers should review the frequently asked questions on this subject.