I want to thank our two Rep. Schreiber and Sen. Longbine for their comments about the current plaque of bothersome calls.

Two small clarifications though.

By answering every call my wife and I are now over 100 calls from supplemental insurance companies upon open enrollment beginning. And even more from car warranty scammers.

Firstly, I said to de-fund the “No Call Program.” At over 4 billion calls a month, according to you, it seems that the AG office is not very effective. It would be foolish to de-fund the Attorney General’s Office and this was not recommended at all.

Secondly, how many thousands of calls should one get from licensed insurance companies in Kansas before they are fined or have their license up for renewal reviewed? I would recommend that you Google “How nations control cold calls.” It’s remarkable how other nations’ public servants have stopped this junk. I am calling the Kansas Attorney Gen. right now to complain about the numerous calls from one of them. https://voiptimecloud.com/blog/telemarketing-in-different-countries

Thanks again for your replies, but I for one was really looking for some new initiative to control this outright plague.

Bill Hartman


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Yeah, they dodged the issue for sure, also known as pass the buck. Nobody wants anything on their plate.

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