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Feb 1, 2016 2:31 PM

Telemarketer to pay $87K fine in settlement with NH

The Associated Press

CONCORD (AP) — A telemarketer has agreed to pay $87,500 in a settlement with the New Hampshire Bureau of Securities Regulation after an investigation showed his firm placed numerous calls to residents on the National Do Not Call Registry.

Under terms of the settlement, James Ignatowich, who had been based in Greenwich, Connecticut, is permanently barred from telemarketing in New Hampshire.

The bureau started its investigation based on a complaint from a Manchester attorney who received several unwanted phone solicitations from Ignatowich's form.

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