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Official Review: Stop Telemarketing Calls & Get Paid

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Stop Telemarketing Calls & Get Paid" by Tommy J Tompkins Jr.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Do you get robocalls, telemarketing calls, auto-dialed calls, prerecorded calls, text messages, and unsolicited faxes just because you patronized a company? If yes, then you have a TCPA case against such a company. You've got to take action! Stop Telemarketing Calls & Get Paid by Tommy J. Tompkins Jr. seeks to put an end to these disturbances.

The author intends to educate and get his readers informed on how to end telemarketers' calls or SMS and get paid. He thereby gives an easy step by step program on how to go about it. Since companies and organizations are getting smarter with number spoofing, the author lists and explains six steps that serve as a guide to detecting telemarketers. Sorry, I can't afford to spoil it for you, so pick up this book to uncover these nuggets.

Telemarketing became a thing of concern in the United States, and most people are ignorant of the TCPA. In 1991, Congress passed a law known as the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA restricts telemarketing and the use of automatic telephone dialing systems. It also gets them to pay for violations of the TCPA. The violation fine is $500 to $1,500 per call or SMS. But the consumer has an intelligent role to play to get the violator to pay.

Mr. Tompkins certainly put in a great effort and study into this publication. I must commend him for being benevolent in sharing his experiences and wealth of knowledge to benefit others. The author also did well to include a sample of a demand letter. That is a letter to the company that violated the TCPA 1991. The author advises the reader to be careful before filing any document that requires a phone number. He further teaches his readers how to file their lawsuit against telemarketers without hiring an Attorney or a lawyer.

What I loved the most is the simplicity of the author's writing style. There was no ambiguity or confusion in this book. I also loved that the book was concise, making it an easy read. This lucrative book will serve as an eye-opener and help readers to exercise their consumer rights and freedom. This volume is also rich in knowledge because I learned a lot from it. There's nothing to dislike in this book.

In conclusion, this book is exceptionally edited and devoid of typos. Therefore, I happily award Stop Telemarketing Calls & Get Paid a perfect rating of 4 out of 4 stars. This book will be suitable for all phone users who are tired of telemarketing and its tricks.

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Oh nice! I would like to see what he suggests. It is a pet peeve and huge annoyance for everyone. Thanks!
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A guide that teaches citizens how to detect telemarketers, avoid future obnoxious calls, AND get paid?! What a useful book this would be. 📞
Thanks for your helpful review.
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this sounds great. thanks for sharing it.
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Post by Michelle Fred »

This sounds like a great and beneficial book. It would have served me well if I lived in the United States. I doubt my country has a similar law.
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Sounds great but I'm not sure if this book would be useful for people who do not live in the United States.
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Wow this is cool. I would like to see how I can cash in on this.
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Post by Sou Hi »

Thanks for your recommendation. This book seems so useful, as spam calls and messages can get very annoying. Unfortunately, it looks like only Americans will benefit from this guide.
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This book seems to be informative and educational. I hope readers have a lot to learn on how to exercise their right. Thanks for a wonderful review.
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This book seems to be informative and educational. I hope readers have a lot to learn on how to exercise their right. Thanks for a wonderful review.
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Your opening line has me excited because not a day goes by without me receiving a call or message from telemarketers. Pity my country does not have this option but this book sounds like a gold mine.
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I find the whole subject of telemarketing calls very interesting. I like the fact that the book is well written and edited. Great review!
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There are many online platforms these days. I really want to know how to get paid with telemarketing.
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