Alaska Statutes.
Title 45. Trade and Commerce
Chapter 63. Telephonic Solicitations
Section 45. Required Representations; Prohibitions.
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AS 45.63.045. Required Representations; Prohibitions.

(a) A telephone seller shall

(1) within the first 15 seconds of a call and in a clear and conspicuous manner, disclose the registered seller's name and telephone number, whom the registered seller represents, and that the call is a sales call; and

(2) repeat the information at any time during the conversation if requested by a person at the number called.

(b) A telephone seller must terminate the telephone solicitation and promptly disconnect the telephone line if the person receiving the call objects to the solicitation or indicates that the person is not interested in the product or service that is the subject of the solicitation.

(c) A telephone seller who makes a telephonic solicitation may not cause a telephone to ring repeatedly or continuously with the intent to annoy, abuse, or harass a person at the telephone number called or repeatedly engage a person in a telephone conversation.

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