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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Charity opt-out service launched to crack down on donation requests | Society | The Guardian

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Fundraising Preference Service will let people ask charities to stop contacting them, with fines for failure to comply Charities could be fined tens of thousands of pounds if they fail to comply with rules introduced this week to crack down on nuisance requests for donations. The Fundraising Preference Service (FPS), which launches on Thursday, will allow people to say they want a specified charity or charities to stop contacting them directly by phone, email, text or post. Continue reading…
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