2013 Kentucky Revised Statutes
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367.465 Prohibitions relating to use of automated calling equipment to solicit
calls for telephone fee lines.
As used in this section, "telephone fee line" means a telephone number with a
charge attached to calling it, whereby the telephone company as billing agent
charges the caller an amount for accessing the line in addition to applicable
rates, if any, for the telephone call.
No person shall use automated calling equipment, or cause it to be used, to
solicit persons to call a telephone fee line under his control.
No telephone company shall knowingly provide a telephone fee line to a
person who solicits calls to that line through the use of automated calling
equipment. A telephone company shall, on order of the Attorney General,
withdraw control of a telephone fee line from any person if calls to that line are
solicited by automated calling equipment.
Effective:July 14, 1992
History: Created 1992 Ky. Acts ch. 32, sec. 3, effective July 14, 1992.
CHAPTER 367 - CONSUMER PROTECTION
367.465 Prohibitions relating to use of automated calling equipment to solicit calls for telephone fee lines.
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