Some companies have send out stock promotion faxes that people think are coming from Alt Energy Stocks. We don’t send out any faxes. If another company is using our name, they are they are doing so without our knowledge or permission. If you did receive a fax, please use the following information so that you can report the company. How the FCC Can Help The FCC has taken numerous enforcement actions, including the issuance of citations and fines, against companies for violations and suspected violations of the TCPAâ€™s prohibition against unsolicited faxes. If you have received unsolicited faxes you are encouraged to contact the FCC regarding the incident(s). You may need to provide documentation in support of your complaint, such as copies of the fax(es) you received. If you have received an unsolicited fax or received a fax from someone who does not have a business relationship with you or who has not received your prior express permission, you may file a complaint by completing the FCCâ€™s on-line Consumer Complaint Form at: www.fcc.gov/cgb/complaints.html, or by calling the FCCâ€™s Consumer Center at 888-CALL-FCC (888-225-5322) voice or 888-TELL-FCC (888-835- 5322) TTY. You can also send a letter summarizing the complaint to: Federal Communications Commission Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Consumer Inquiries and Complaints Division 445 12th Street, SW Washington, DC 20554. Your Complaint Should Include: your name, address, and a telephone number where you can be reached during the business day; the telephone number through which you received the fax advertisement; the property, goods, or services that are advertised on the fax; the name of the business offering such property, goods, or services, if included in the fax; and any telephone numbers or addresses included in the fax; a copy of the fax advertisement, if possible, or confirmation that you have retained a copy of the fax; as much specific information as possible, including whether you ever gave the advertiser permission to send faxes or ever did business or have had any other contacts with the advertiser.
Wow, that blows. Man we live in a strange modern age when shit like that can happen…
I guess I do not understand why the FCC can not track down the ownership of a telephone number that is given to them and put a stop to this harrassment? Every sheet has one, even if automated. HELP!
These schemers have changed their tactics a bit and are now using “Pathfinder Marketing” as the issuer of the Blue Horseshoe Letter and our company (which is Pathfinder Consulting Group, LLC a web deign and internet services company)is now inundated with calls and emails to cease and desist with these faxes which we are not sending.
OUR COMPANY HAS BEEN RECEIVING FAXES FROM THESE LOSERS FOR SOMETIME, ONLY NOW THEY ARE OMMITTING THE NUMBER FROM WHERE THE FAX ORIGINATED. IS THAT A VIOLATION OF SOME KIND?
Thanks for this posting. I have been receiving these faxes for long months and they are using up my ink reserves and my patience. The intrusion is annoying. I note that your web disclaimer post was dated November, 2005. Today is mid-August, 2006. Apparently the FCC is ineffective. I’ve contacted one of the companies they promote and they knew nothing about the “Hot Stocks” release. Whoever these people are, this is a profitable scam for them and they’re making money annoying us.
We continue to get daily crap from Pathfinder Marketing. I turn my fax off at night to save ink. This junk mail uses cheap night time calling rates but can still show up on weekends. Their 1-800-315-9192 has a restricted range. The send number usually at the top of the page is now omitted. Canadian law cannot reach this scum. Sign me “pissed off in Canada!”
Thank you for posting what to do to try to get rid of these scumbags.
I think if I met this guy on the street, my fist would spontaneously fly into his face (metaphorically speaking of course). He’s been abusing us for four years, and no amount of FCC complaints has done a thing!
Clearly, the FCC is ineffective against criminals. I guess the FBI has bigger fish to fry, but as I say, just let me at ’em!