Under Idaho law, it is unlawful for telephone solicitors to call Idaho phone numbers registered on the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call Registry. Idaho does not maintain its own do not call list, and the Attorney General’s Office cannot register a consumer’s telephone number on the National Do Not Call Registry.
Charities, political campaigns, debt collectors, surveyors and information providers may call telephone numbers registered on the National Do Not Call Registry. Also, companies with which a consumer has recently done business may call a registered number.
It is free for consumers to add their home landlines and cell phone numbers to the National Do Not Call Registry, and they only have to do so once. The registry never expires. The Do Not Call Registry is available here.
If a consumer’s telephone number has been registered on the National Do Not Call Registry for at least three months and a consumer receives an unwanted telemarketing call, the consumer can file a complaint with the Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division or the Federal Trade Commission.