ARCHIVED - Notice of Violation: Outsource 3000 Inc.
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Ottawa, 7 May 2015
File Nos.: PDR 9174-1499
To: Outsource 3000 Inc.
Name: Mr. Mark Gelvan
P.O Box 450
Montville, NJ, USA
Issue Date of Notice:
24 March 2015
Pursuant to section 72.07 of the Telecommunications Act, S.C. 1993, c. 38 (the Act), the undersigned has issued this notice of violation finding Outsource 3000 Inc. to have committed the following violations contrary to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (CRTC’s) Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules (the Rules) made under section 41 of the Act:
On and between 15 January 2013 and 19 January 2014, telemarketing telecommunications were made by Outsource 3000 Inc. resulting in:
- Violations of Part II, section 4 of the Rules for initiating telemarketing telecommunications to consumers who are listed on the National DNCL for more than 31 days.
- Violations of Part II, section 6, of the Rules for initiating a telemarketing telecommunication on its own behalf without being a registered subscriber of the National DNCL and having paid all applicable fees to the National DNCL operator;
- Violations of Part III, section 2 of the Rules for initiating a telemarketing telecommunication on its own behalf without having registered with, and provided information to, the National DNCL operator, and having paid all applicable fees charged by the Complains Investigator delegate.
- Violations of Part IV, section 2 of the Rules for initiating a telemarketing telecommunication via an Automatic Dialing-Announcing Device (“ADAD”) without obtaining the express consent of the consumers to receive ADAD telemarketing telecommunications.
Pursuant to section 72.01 of the Act, the undersigned has determined that the total penalty for the violations identified above is $15,000.
The penalty of $15,000 must be paid to "The Receiver General for Canada" in accordance with subsection 72.09(3) of the Act.
Director, Compliance and Enforcement Sector
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