5.4.5 Phone calls
If a society plans to communicate with members, prospective members and supporters via phone calls it should first obtain their consent. But it can make unsolicited calls, as long as any phone lists it uses have been screened for people registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS). A society can only call someone registered with TPS if the person has consented to such communications. When making calls a society must always say who is calling, and provide a contact address or Freephone number if asked.
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