Support Call Center Legislation


Are you tired of big banks and corporations cutting costs by using overseas call centers? Not only do they put Americans out of work, but they put all of us at greater risk for identity theft. Overseas call center employees have been caught selling credit card numbers, mortgage information and even medical records.

The United States Call Center Worker and Consumer Protection Act of 2017 (H.R. 1300 and S. 515) solves this problem by making sure that the people who answer your customer service calls let you know where they are located and give you the option to be transferred to a U.S. based representative. It also stops rewarding companies that ship jobs overseas with federal loans and grants.

Congress will only pass this common-sense legislation if their constituents care enough to let them know it is important.

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