Are You CCPA Compliant? Let Us Help!

As of January 1st, 2020, the law will require certain companies to provide an inbound phone number option to all customers and employees in California to request how the company collects, uses, and discloses their personal information. Here at InfoCision, we have developed a full turnkey phone and case management solution. We can help you … Continued


Following the Rules with Governance

Analytics-based governance keeps our contact centers running in full compliance with internal best practices, legal regulations, and more. Our Governance Team defines goals, guidelines and terms across the organization; communicates with internal departments on these specifics so that everyone is on the same page; uses data to measure adherence to goals, guidelines and terms; and … Continued


Legal and Compliance – A Driving Force Behind High Quality

In the Call Center industry, some very complicated regulations and laws have been established at both state and national levels, in attempt to protect the consumer.  InfoCision employs expert legal counsel to ensure we stay apprised of new and updated regulations.  InfoCision is regulated by many entities – from individual Secretary of State offices to … Continued


Contact Centers Can’t Afford Noncompliance

In a recent decision, the Federal Trade Commission raised the civil penalty for certain telemarketing sales law violations from $16,000 to $40,000 per instance, including fines for contacting individuals on Do-Not-Call (DNC) lists. The FTC says the fee was more than doubled to adjust for inflation. The fine had been $16,000 since February of 2009; … Continued


Are You Compliant with the New FCC Rules?

On Thursday June 18th, the FCC approved a TCPA Declaratory Ruling that is meant to “protect consumers from unwanted robocalls and texts.” The ruling was approved by a vote of 3-2 and the official text was released, and became effective, on Friday July 10th. So, what does this new policy mean moving forward? An instrumental … Continued



Is your company prepared for the new TCPA revisions rolling out October 16th?

How to make sure you and your third party vendors are compliant Earlier this year several major companies were hit with significant fines for violating the current Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) law. Papa John’s agreed to pay a staggering $16.5 million dollars as part of a settlement. TCPA litigation has been increasing in recent … Continued


Opt-out confirmation text messages deemed legal by the FCC

Last week, the FCC issued a ruling stating that it is legal to send a one-time text message to confirm that someone has opted out of receiving future text messages from a specific organization.  This had been an issue of great interest within the direct marketing industry, as mobile marketing is becoming more and more … Continued


Papa John’s faces lawsuit for mobile marketing compliance violations

Lately it seems that as every week that goes by, we hear of a company facing legal or regulatory action for failing to adhere to the strict compliance guidelines that govern the direct marketing industry.  This week a rather unlikely name is in the news for mobile marketing compliance violations:  Papa John’s Pizza. As reported … Continued


TCPA Legal Action Thrown Out

Recently, I came across a blog post about a TCPA class action lawsuit that was thrown out for being frivolous to say the least. Without getting into too much detail, a man recently tried to sue Citibank, claiming that its direct marketing efforts were a violation of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act. The man … Continued