Generally, the Federal Telemarketing Sales Rule applies to individuals and businesses that engage in "telemarketing," i.e., a plan, program, or campaign, involving more than one telephone call, that is designed to induce the purchase of goods or services or a charitable contribution. However, certain types of calls are exempt from the requirements of the Rule.
Economic indicators play an important role in the decisions made by investors. There are many economic indicators in existence.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recommends that companies designate an official or employee as a "recall coordinator." The recall coordinator should have full authority to take the steps necessary to initiate and implement all recalls, with the approval and support of the company's chief executive officer.
The issue of historic preservation is governed by numerous federal, state, and local laws. In addition to the various laws, decisions rendered by courts in interpreting the laws have played an important role in historic preservation.
In "open-end credit," the creditor: (1) reasonably expects the consumer to make repeated transactions; (2) may impose a finance charge from time to time on the unpaid balance; and (3) generally makes the amount of credit available again to the consumer as the outstanding balance is paid. "Closed-end credit" includes all consumer credit that does not fit the definition of open-end credit.