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How to add your cellphone to Missouri’s new no-call list

Published Jun 16, 2012, 9:00am
How to add your cellphone to Missouri’s new no-call list

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How to add your cellphone to Missouri’s new no-call list

Date: Thursday, June 14, 2012

On Thursday, Gov. Jay Nixon signed into law a bill that allows Missourians to add their cellphones to a no-call list.

He signed the bill, which the Missouri General Assembly unanimously passed in mid-May, at separate ceremonies in St. Louis and Kansas City.

Here’s how Missourians can register their cellphone numbers on the no-call list:

  • Visit the Missouri Attorney General’s website.
  • Enter your information.
  • If you act by July 31, you’ll be covered starting Oct. 1. If you sign up between July 31 and Nov. 1, you’ll be covered starting next year.
  • If you miss those dates, you still can make the list — the state will update the no-call registry quarterly.

The new law allows the Attorney General’s office to take legal action against businesses that make sales calls to cellphone numbers on the list. Attorney General Chris Koster is attending both bill-signing events.

“Wherever I go in this state, I’m asked one question more than any other ... ‘When can I put my cellphone on the no-call list?’” Koster said in a written statement. “The answer is, today.”

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