Pining for the days when mortgage sales people called you during 60 Minutes or siding solictors interrupted your family dinner?
Then let your registration on the national Do Not Call Registry expire and you’re sure to once more become the object of their attentions.
Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna today reminded consumers that their registration on that list automatically expires after five years.
That means that those who signed up for the list when it was new in 2003 must renew their registrations by June 2008 or risk once again being called unsolicited by sales people.
Here’s how to sign up.
You must call from the same number you wish to have registered.