Presley asks public to report debt relief calls

By NEMS Daily Journal

JACKSON – Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley says regulators are investigating at least 20 companies for telemarketing calls involving offers to consolidate credit card debt.
Presley says the PSC has received numerous complaints about the calls. He says the public should immediately report such calls.
He says the companies are being investigated for possible violations of the Mississippi No-Call law.
Presley says his office has fielded about 60 complaints.