I saw the following article on CNN today: Ban on robocalls takes effect on Tuesday - CNN.com It got me to thinking how any of it may or may not impact us as Pampered Chef Consultants. I don't personally use PostCalls, but have considered looking into it when my business picks up. The article does say that the new ban only applies to telemarketing calls, and "informational" calls are exempt from the rule. It also says that Robocalls to mobile phones are already illegal. How does this apply with PostCalls? Would you consider your call a solicitation (you are asking them to come to a party to buy something), or "informational" (you're just letting them know about the party)? Does anyone know if their terms say anything about calling cell phones? Is it our responsibility to determine if the number given is a cell phone? I know that solicitation calls to cell phones in general are regulated, but if I put my cell phone down on my credit card as my home phone number, they don't know the difference. Along the same lines, would we be bound by the do-not-call registry? For the most part, we deal with established customers, so for them it does not apply. But what about those guests who are on your Host's reminder call list? I suppose I'm being a bit of a devil's advocate here, but I'm curious to know what everyone else thinks (and maybe I'll get KG to parody me ).