Charter Communications pays penalty for Missouri no-call list allegation

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (Edited News Release) -- Missouri's attorney general announced an agreement with Charter Communications in a dispute over the state's no-call law.

Under the settlement, Charter agreed to a monetary payment of $225,000 and to terms designed to prevent and quickly remedy any potential future violations.

“This office conducted a thorough investigation and achieved a resolution that we believe will benefit all Missourians by preventing future unwanted telemarketing calls,” Attorney General Josh Hawley. “I look forward to the continued cooperation of Charter in this endeavor. Protecting Missouri consumers remains a top priority for this office.”

Missourians can register their telephone numbers with the Missouri No Call list online HERE
or by calling 866-No Call 1 (866-662-2551). Missourians have registered 4.5 million cell phone and landline numbers with the No Call list. Consumers who have registered for the No Call list but receive solicitation calls can file a complaint online at ago.mo.gov or at 866-Buzzoff (866-289-9633).