Colorado No-Call Complaints
About No-Call Complaints
Violations of the Colorado No-Call Law constitute a deceptive trade practice under the provisions of Section 6-1-105(1), C.R.S., and may be enforced under Sections 6-1-110, 6-1-112, and 6-1-113, C.R.S.
Complaint information is provided to the Colorado Attorney General's Office for possible enforcement action if there is a demonstrated pattern of statutory violations. Consumers may also pursue private remedies, such as small-claims court action, under the Consumer Protection Act.
Complaints may be filed
Some telephone solicitations are allowed by law, and include calls from:
- Charitable organizations that are required to and have complied with mandatory state notice and reporting requirements;
- Persons or entities urging support for or opposition to a political candidate or ballot issue, or for the sole purpose of conducting political polls or soliciting the expression of opinions, ideas, or votes;
- Persons or entities that have established a previous business relationship with the consumer;
- Persons or entities who have the consumer's prior express invitation or permission; and
- For 30 days after a consumer has contacted a business to inquire about the potential purchase of goods or services or until the consumer requests that no further calls be made, whichever occurs first.