Recent Examples of telemarketing from the Web
Carnegie Hall said that 41 percent of its new entry-level memberships came as a result of telemarketing.
In the Jones case, the telemarketing company let workers set their own hours, gave no quotas, and there was a mutual termination clause.
Rather than drop out, Travis moved in with Jason—then the Bearcats’ all-conference left guard—and slept on the floor while toiling at a miserable telemarketing gig.
North Dakota responded that, in light of the rapid growth of the mail-order and telemarketing industries, a rule barring states from collecting sales taxes on remote transactions was ill-suited to the modern age.
A settlement was recently reached in the case, covering anyone who received the telemarketing calls between July 2009 and March 2014.
All 13 were linked to telemarketing frauds, based in Miami Lakes and Marina Del Rey, Calif., that touted stocks for Sanomedics, Inc. and Fun Cool Free stocks between 2009 and 2015.
Since the company does not have a telemarketing services, TripAdvisor's own Internet fraud team investigated and turned over its findings to the FCC, said Adam Medros, the company's senior vice president for products.
The settlement covers people who received telemarketing calls from Dish or Satellite Systems between May 1, 2010 and Aug. 1, 2011.
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Definition of telemarketing for English Language Learners
: the activity or job of selling goods or services by calling people on the telephone
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