19 November 2013

How to stop spam or telemarketing call in Singapore


Starting on January 2014. Consumers who do not wish to receive telemarketing / Sales messages via phone call, SMS or fax, can register their Singapore telephone numbers with the DNC Registry. Registration is free and does not expire.


Register your phone number at Do Not Call (DNC) Registry

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How can the DNC Registry help me?
The DNC Registry lets you opt out of marketing messages addressed to your Singapore telephone number, such as those which promote or advertise goods or services, allowing you to have more control over the kind of messages you receive on your telephone, mobile telephone, or fax machine.

Organisations are required to check the DNC Registry within certain time periods before sending any marketing message (60 days for the first six months of the DNC Registry's operations, and 30 days thereafter). Therefore, you should not receive marketing messages from organisations (except those you have given clear and unambiguous consent for, in written or other accessible form) 30 or 60 days after registration. However, during the period immediately after registration (within 60 days for the first six months of the DNC Registry's operations, and within 30 days thereafter), you may expect to still receive some marketing messages.

When will the DNC Registry be ready?
You may register your number with the DNC Registry from 2 December 2013. However, the DNC provisions will only come into effect on 2 January 2014.

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  1. Telemarketing is the most interactive marketing medium available.

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