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According to the FCC, an established business relationship is defined as a "prior or existing relationship formed by voluntary two-way communication between a person or entity and a business or residential subscriber with or without an exchange or consideration on the basis of an inquiry, application, purchase or transaction by the business or residential subscriber regarding products or services offered by such person or entity, which relationship has not been previously terminated by either party."
However, IFA members should also be aware that the legislation does not pre-empt state laws on commercial faxes, and several states have started proposing restrictions on unsolicited faxes, even between those who have an established business relationship. IFA will continue to monitor states' attempts to regulate faxes between those with an established business relationship.
714) codifies existing rules that allow firms to send unsolicited faxes to recipients with whom the firm has an "established business relationship (EBR)." Since 1991, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has prohibited businesses from sending "junk faxes," but FCC rules implementing the law included an EBR exemption that allows associations to send commercial faxes to their members and apartment firms to send faxes to existing, prospective and prior residents as well as suppliers.
In its current form, the FCC rule requires that businesses and nonprofits obtain written consent from all fax recipients, even those with whom the sender has an established business relationship. "As it is now the rule poses a major hurdle to legitimate business communication," NAIFA said.
ASAE and others are seeking the reinstatement of the "established business relationship" provision as it applies to faxes.
"This would eliminate any argument that an established business relationship is not legitimate."
The court also considered whether it was arbitrary and capricious for the FCC to approve the "established business relationship" exception for commercial callers.
On July 3, 2003, the FCC issued a Report and Order, eliminating the prior "established business relationship" language implemented in the 1991 Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and therefore dismissing association membership as being sufficient enough to send a fax that advertises or promotes services.
The "established business relationship" exemption to the amendments will allow sellers to call registered consumers within 18 months of the last purchase or payment by that consumer and for three months after receiving an inquiry or application.
Trust based on an established business relationship is key when companies plan to expand into Mexico, Tabor believes.
Specifically, the NAA comments noted that the FCC should "recognize the importance of telemarketing to newspapers; adopt, at least in the case of newspapers, company- specific 'do not call' lists to protect telephone subscriber privacy at the least cost; clarify that an 'established business relationship' includes a relationship between a newspaper and its current or lapsed subscribers and its advertisers; and exempt the use of auto dialers with prerecorded messages for debt collection."
The rating mirrors the highly experienced promoters of the company, the established business relationship it shares with various local jewellery suppliers and its moderate capital structure and coverage indicators.