Nussle talks TCPA, other issues with FCC chairwoman  

America’s Credit Unions President/CEO Jim Nussle and members of the organization’s advocacy team met with Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel Monday to discuss credit union priorities related to several agency actions.  

The group discussed America’s Credit Unions’ recent comments filed with the FCC urging it to reject a request to require an automated opt-out mechanism on every call with an artificial or prerecorded message, including those made to cell phones.  

They also shared the credit union perspective on the FCC’s final rule related to a consumer’s right to revoke consent to receive robocalls and robotexts under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). 

The rule—finalized in February—reflects changes requested by America’s Credit Unions and its legacy organizations. 

Nussle and America’s Credit Unions Chief Advocacy Officer Carrie Hunt met with FCC Commissioner Geoffrey Starks last month to discuss similar topics.  

America’s Credit Unions will continue to engage with the FCC and other policymakers to ensure credit unions are able to contact members for time-sensitive matters.  

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