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I believe that there is a Federal Statute on this, somewhere, which states you must be informed if a call you are on is being recorded. If you don't want to be recorded you can "opt out" however, who is to say that the given company will actually obey your wishes?
It may also be a statute which may have been overturned or replaced as
it may be up to individual states to determine telecommunication laws within themselves. When I was younger I believe it was something which was transferred to Federal authority.
Of course though, it looks like I would still need to do some research on this issue.
 

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Thanks Ruger Collector. That is what I had thought the current law was, but didn't have time to verify this morning. I think this law was effective in the early 90's, but I could be wrong.
The info is helpful so thanks for verifying for us.
 
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