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Make My Calls Offers Free Easy to Use Do Not Call Scrubbing Software



Franconia, NH June 8, 2006 – Many businesses have been hesitant to make telemarketing calls due to regulatory requirements. Obtaining the federal or state do not call numbers is easy but removing matching numbers from calling lists can present a challenge. Make My Calls has developed scrubbing software used in auto dialer and predictive dialer systems for over 6 years. This software is now offered free for business use.

The DNC Scrubbing software has many features and is compatible with several different file formats including Microsoft Access database, Microsoft Excel files, and text files. The software can handle millions of numbers and easily removes matching numbers from calling lists. The software can create a separate file of any matching numbers providing documentation of the number and date it was removed from the calling list. In addition, the software can remove any telephone numbers not in the designated calling area. This is extremely important for lists which may have telephone numbers with area codes outside of the designated calling area.

“As a developer of automated dialing software, our customers must have accurate and efficient do not call scrubbing software. For the first time, we are offering our software absolutely free” said Make My Calls President Davis Mangold.

About Make My Calls
Make My Calls is a privately held developer of automatic dialer software for the telemarketing industry. Utilizing the latest in technology, Make My Calls develops dialer marketing solutions for mortgage, insurance, real estate, collections agency, government entities, non profit organizations, and many other clients. For more information or a software demo, contact or call our Sales Department at 1-800-481-0654 today.



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