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tel·e·mar·ket

 (tĕl′ə-mär′kĭt)
v. tel·e·mar·ket·ed, tel·e·mar·ket·ing, tel·e·mar·kets
v.tr.
To sell (goods or services) by telephone.
v.intr.
To work in telemarketing.

tel′e·mar′ket·er n.
Translations
puhelinmyyjä

telemarketer

[ˈtelimɑːrkɪtər] n (= person) → spécialiste mf du télémarketing (= company) → société f spécialisée dans le télémarketing
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If a telemarketer receives a request from a consumer to be placed on the list, the telemarketer simply hits a two-digit key code.
Many Americans have experienced it--a telephone call at dinnertime from a telemarketer trying to sell them something.
Even the DNC registry - a system under which one can register one's number for prohibiting any telemarketer from calling or sending promotional messages - is of little help as telemarketers have devised ways to skirt the rules.
Even the DNC registry-- a system under which one can register one's number for prohibiting any telemarketer from calling or sending promotional messages-- is of little help as telemarketers have devised ways to skirt the rules.
Splora said it will cooperate with the FCC to bring an end to unwanted telemarketer calls and robocalls in particular.
Even telemarketers hate getting telemarketer calls.
The new rules require telemarketers to obtain prior express written consent, including by electronic means such as a website form, before placing a robocall to a consumer; eliminates the "established business relationship" exemption to the requirement that telemarketing robocalls to residential wireline phones occur only with prior express consent from the consumer; requires telemarketers to provide an automated, interactive opt-out mechanism during each robocall so that consumers can immediately tell the telemarketer to stop calling; and, strictly limits the number of abandoned or dead air calls that telemarketers can make within each calling campaign.
There, it is illegal for a telemarketer to call anybody who is on the "Do not call list".
When a telemarketer called and offered to give Mary Faloney a $5,000 government grant that she would not have to repay, the disabled grandmother living on Social Security gave the caller her personal bank account number to cover a $298 processing fee.
Speaking of fangs, I received a telemarketer call from the 415 area code in California.
The company is also the parent of subsidiaries Equipment Data Associates (Charlotte, NC), custom marketing unit Northbrook Publishing (New Berlin, WI) and telemarketer American Impact Marketing (Tuscaloosa, AL).