Telemarketers in Arizona and selling to its citizens are required to register with the Secretary of State each year pursuant to state statute. A seller shall maintain a bond and the bond shall be filed with the state treasurer. Per Arizona Revised Statutes (Telephone Solicitation Law), you can choose between three options: full registration, limited registration and a filing exemption.

Telephonic Sellers refers to any voice communication to a telephone number in Arizona from a live operator, announcing device or other means of offering merchandise for sale or rent. (21) 

Contact: Arizona Secretary of State, Telephonic Seller Registration (Telephone Solicitors), 602.542.6187 or in-state/toll-free 800.458.5842


Arizona law prohibits, when soliciting by telephone, the use of caller identification blocking devices, artificial or prerecorded voices and unsolicited telephone calls to any mobile or telephone paging system and requires telephone solicitors to maintain a "no call" list of consumers who have previously stated a desire to not receive outbound calls from or on behalf of, the seller. (21)


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) amended the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR) to give consumers a choice about whether they want to receive most telemarketing calls. For more information, visit the National Do Not Call Registry website. (21)


Additional Information:
Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Business Center: Telemarketing  

Office of the Attorney General: Robocalls and Telemarketing Scams