The semantics of political calls aside, some may read this and wonder how Call-Em-All automated calling can be used. The reality is, the vast majority of Call-Em-All broadcasts are not sales calls. Most calls are sent for notifications to sports teams, churches, and schools. We can only speak to how we, Call-Em-All, choose to fit into the automated messaging industry, and we choose to follow the strict interpretation of the FCC & FTC and do not allow any "unsolicited telemarketing calls". All calls that can be categorized as "sales" (an attempt to induce the purchase of goods or services), must have the express written permissions of each call recipient and also must contain a "Sales Intro Message" with opt-out instructions.
We continue to fight spam messages through our always improving spam prevention methods. Through these methods we've found some pretty crazy messages from those wishing to send unsolicited calls.
Unfortunately, our policies don't allow us to share them with you, but feel free to share with us some of the worst telemarketing calls you've gotten.
This post's comments will be known as the "Wall of Telemarketing Shame."
Call-Em-All's automated messaging service allows you to send a voice broadcast, group text, or both to every phone number on your list. Clients include Amazon, Siemens, BBB, YMCA, San Antonio Spurs, Avon, and Syracuse University.