Glossary

TCPA

The TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) is a United States federal law enacted in 1991 by Congress that restricts telemarketing calls and SMS messages. The TCPA regulates when a solicitor is allowed to call a residency, as well as requires businesses to honor the National Do Not Call Registry.

How Bandwidth is Involved with TCPA

Bandwidth takes its role in consumer protection seriously, and has dedicated individuals on staff to review claims against our customers regarding our Acceptable Use Policy. If you are receiving unwanted calls or texts, you can report those numbers here and we will investigate.

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