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White Paper: Guidelines for call centres dealing with vulnerable consumers


The DMA's Contact Centres & Telemarketing Council has published a set of guidelines for call centres and companies engaged with telemarketing practical guidance on how to identify and manage a call with someone they believe is unable to make an informed decision, such as those living with dementia or mental health issues.

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