DETROIT (WWJ) — Sixteen people, including two from Michigan, have been charged in a nationwide telemarketing scheme that involved thousands of homes in Detroit.
The telemarketers utilized aliases and frequently changed the name of their company to avoid disgruntled investors and law enforcement.
Governor Jay Nixon signs House Bill 1549, which expands Missouri's No Call list to include registered cell phones as well as landline phones.
Governor Jay Nixon was in Historic Northeast June 14 to sign House Bill 1549, expanding Missouri’s No Call list from just covering landlines to all registered cell phone numbers.

The bill gives Missouri residents the opportunity to have their cell phone numbers added to the No Call list, protecting them from unwanted telemarketing phone calls and text messages, as well as telemarketing fraud.
Prior to the June 14 signing, residents could only have their landline phone numbers on the No Call list, not cellular devices.
Governor Jay Nixon noted that cell phones are a prominent part of current technological times.
Jackie Moore of the Mid-America Regional Council discusses Missouri's No Call list during the press conference at Don Bosco Senior Center.

Call centers from Florida and New York offered to sell homes in Detroit, lying about the home’s values and selling prices. This bill applies to all Missouri residents, even if the area code of the phone number is based outside of Missouri.

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