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NYC Mayor and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin used DialMany to reach 270,000 New Yorkers via our robocalling services.

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin using our system to call 270,000 New Yorkers to encourage them to file their taxes for free and claim refund-boosting tax credits. Click here to read article: NEW YORK— Mayor Bill de Blasio and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin

News: FCC Fines Robocall Company

The FCC dropped a $25,000 fine on the robocall company Message Communications, Inc for:

“[O]bstruction of an Enforcement Bureau (Bureau) investigation into the Company’s compliance with the Communications Act and our rules relating to the practice of making calls using artificial or prerecorded voice messages—“robocalling”. Robocalls may be made to consumers cell phones only if the consumer has consented or during an emergency — all other robocalls to cell phones are illegal.”

De Blasio offers cash to NYC landlords in robocalls urging them to take in homeless

Brother, can you spare an apartment?

Mayor de Blasio, desperate to reduce the city’s skyrocketing homeless problem, is making robocalls to Big Apple landlords asking them to house families from the shelter system.

Landlords aren’t expected to be bleeding hearts — those who take up the mayor’s offer will receive a $1,000 signing bonus in addition to the city funds that will pay the family’s rent, the mayor says in the 45-second taped call.

“Hi, this is Mayor Bill de Blasio,” the robocall begins.

“As a landlord, you have an opportunity to fill vacancies in your building and receive a $1,000 bonus from the City of New York.”