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Mobinix – appen som spärrar alla ”kända” telefonförsäljare

I veckan har Konsumentverket avbrutit samarbetet med NIX-Telefon beroende på att spärren inte fungerat.

”Det finns för många undantag som gör det möjligt att ringa konsumenter som tydligt sagt ifrån att de inte vill bli uppringda, säger Konsumentverkets generaldirektör Cecilia Tisell till SVT Nyheter.”

NIX-Telefon drivs av en ideell förening som består av företag och organisationer direkt kopplade till telefonförsäljning på ett eller annat sätt.
Administrationen sköts av Swedma, bransch- och intresseorganisation för de företag och organisationer som arbetar med direkt och datadriven marknadsföring.

Vi har hela tiden varit tveksamma till om de som har intressen i branschen verkligen sätter konsumenterna före de företag och organisationer de företräder.

På något sätt har ”negativ avtalsbindning” blivit tillåten inom telefonförsäljningen trots att det är förbjudet i andra sammanhang. Om jag inte tackar nej till telefonförsäljning så innebär det att jag har tackat ja.

Med vår app Mobinix behöver inte konsumenter och företagare göra något mer än ladda ned appen.
Appen blockerar sedan samtliga ”kända” nummer som används av telefonförsäljare och av företag som utför marknadsundersökningar.
Mobinix gör inte några undantag.

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