March 20, 2011

What's On Your Mind?

Nearly every state has a law enforcement organization that raises money through telemarketing operations. Callers are told they are supporting local police officers and are offered a decal to place on the cars, presumably to show any officer who might pull them over for a traffic violation that they are supportive. But we've been told that local police organizations do not engage in telemarketing and have never encouraged consumers to donate to these groups.

"We get called each year to pledge money to the Garden State Law Enforcement Officers Association (GSLEOA)," Kathleen of Long Branch N.J. "No police agency may call citizens to solicit money for any purpose, according to New Jersey law. Yet call they do, and then send us a letter to "pay up" on our pledge."

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