Definition of Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991

Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 is legislation that regulates how potential customers are contacted by phone at home.

Applying "Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991" to Securities Exams:

Registered reps will often try to contact potential clients by phone in an effort to increase their book of business. The TCPA regulates how these calls to potential clients are made. Calls may only be made from 8AM to 9PM in the potential client’s time zone.

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