What is the Telephone Preference Service***
The Telephone Preference Service includes the official state Do Not Call Lists from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the state of Wyoming as well as deceased consumers that have registered with the Data & Marketing Association. The DMA’s Telephone Preference Service is an easy and cost-effective way to scrub your calling lists of consumers who do not want to receive telemarketing calls at home.
*** Please note that on November 1, 2006, DMA discontinued all mail and most web-based consumer registrations for TPS. Consumer registrations for the states of Pennsylvania and Wyoming are still accepted.
State do-not-call requirements Subscribing to the DMA’s TPS file is a cost effective way to remain in compliance with state mandated do-not-call requirements for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Wyoming. Please note that except for these states, the state mandated do-not-call files and the FTC lists are NOT part of the Telephone Preference Service file. Further information on how to obtain other state do-not-call lists is available at their State Attorney General's websites. Further information on how to obtain the FTC list is available from the FTC at https://telemarketing.donotcall.gov/
Here is how the Telephone Preference Service works
As a TPS subscriber, you can choose to receive the file:
The TPS file is in Tab delimited (.txt) format. The file is available as a download.
Instructions for using the TPS file are included with each download.
Free technical support available to subscribers.
It's easy to become a TPS subscriber.
You pay a flat fee that covers a 12-month subscription year and includes quarterly updates (no partial year subscriptions available). You will receive a renewal notice at the end of your subscription period. Prices are as follows:
Annual Subscription for Quarterly updates: $800
Annual Subscription for Monthly updates: $1,170
View our TPS Frequently Asked Questions
How to subscribe to the Telephone Preference Service:
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