Trade Reg. Rule Concerning Pay-Per-Call Services and Other Telephone-Billed Purchases (Pay-Per-Call Rule)

OMB 3084-0102

OMB 3084-0102

The Rule, which implements Titles II and III of the Telephone Disclosure and Dispute Resolution Act (TDDRA), requires the disclosure of cost and other information regarding pay-per-call services and establishes dispute resolution procedures for telephone-billed purchases (i.e., charges for pay-per-call services or other charges appearing on a telephone bill other than telecommunications charges). The disclosure requirements ensure that consumers are adequately informed of the costs they can expect to incur in using a pay-per-call service, that they will not be liable for unauthorized non-toll charges on their telephone bills, and that they have certain dispute resolution rights and obligations with respect to such telephone-billed purchases.

The latest form for Trade Reg. Rule Concerning Pay-Per-Call Services and Other Telephone-Billed Purchases (Pay-Per-Call Rule) expires 2021-11-30 and can be found here.

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