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There is an email and video circulating around the Medicare telesales market about robocalls and caller ID changing (or spoofing).  This video (BELOW) is in regards to robocalling to the Medicare market. The video talks about a large fine recently imposed on an insurance agent.  As you can see in the video the Medicare agent was fined because of the illegal use of robocalls and NOT anything else. Robocalls are illegal to the Medicare market (although they can be used legally in accordance with FTC guidelines).
Also the definition of a robocall by FTC is here:
We at SalesDialers care about your success and with that we wanted to let you know that our new feature Local presence is not robocalling. There are also no laws stating that you have to own the phone number that is associated with the caller ID you use.
It states:  Under the Truth in Caller ID Act, FCC rules prohibit any person or entity from transmitting misleading or inaccurate caller ID information with the intent to defraud, cause harm, or wrongly obtain anything of value. If no harm is intended or caused, spoofing is not illegal.
The new feature release of Local presence has been an amazing release for clients of  We have received so many calls asking about this game-changing feature. Our clients have already seen incredible results using this feature. Thank you and please reach out to us if you have any questions.

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