TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: 866-849-3243

Re: 866-849-3243

Harold Cade (
Tue, 25 Apr 2006 15:33:36 -0700

The number belongs to This is their policy/contact info.

Do Not Call Policy
Xpedite strives to maintain the highest standards of ethical conduct and
is committed to complying with all federal and state telemarketing
legislation. No employee or agent of Xpedite shall engage in conduct
that violates the terms of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of
1991, applicable rules, or state telemarketing regulations. Our
personnel are trained to comply with this policy. At your request,
Xpedite will be happy to place your telephone numbers on our Do Not Call
List. We will note your request immediately, but it may take up to 30
days to remove your information from active lists. You can make your
request by calling 866-849-3243, or by writing to us at: 100 Tormee
Drive, Tinton Falls, NJ 07712. When you make a request be sure to
include your name, address and all telephone numbers (phone and fax
numbers, if applicable) you want to be included on our list. You'll
remain on our "Do Not Call" List for 10 years, unless you ask to be
removed. If your information changes, please notify us of the new name,
address, and telephone number(s) in order to remain on the Do Not Call
List. If you would like us to remove you from our Do Not Call List so
you may receive telephone solicitations by Xpedite or its customers,
notify us by contacting Customer Service at the number indicated above.
You may also send us correspondence by mail at the address indicated
above. If your name, address or telephone number ever changes, you must
give us your new information for your "Do Not Call" status to remain in

Corporate Privacy Officer

To contact our Corporate Privacy Officer when indicated by this Policy
or to address questions regarding Xpedite's privacy practices, please
e-mail or call 1-800-966-3297.

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