"Do Not Call" Policy for Consumers

December 17, 2022

Qsoftglobal respects the wishes of those customers and prospective customers who do not want to receive telephone solicitation calls. Accordingly, Qsoftglobal's policy forbids all representatives, including its employees and independent contractors, from making telephone solicitation calls to any person who has put his or her telephone number(s) on the national do-not-call registry, state do-not-call list, except as otherwise permitted by law, or has requested that Qsoftglobal's representatives not make such calls to their specified phone number(s).

Qsoftglobal maintains a company-specific do-not-call list and will honor a request that a phone number be placed on this list within a reasonable time of the request. A request can be made by giving the phone number(s) to be added to the Qsoftglobal do-not-call list via one of the following: 1) writing Qsoftglobal at the address below; 2) telephoning Qsoftglobal at the phone number below; or 3) notifying the Qsoftglobal representative who placed the telephone solicitation call. This list will not be sold or shared in any way (except with a Qsoftglobal subsidiary or affiliate) without the requestor's prior express permission.

Allow up to 30 days for the phone number(s) to be entered on the Qsoftglobal do-not-call list and honored. After that, there should be no further telephone solicitation calls from any Qsoftglobal representative. The phone number(s) will remain on the Qsoftglobal do-not-call list for five years (or longer if required by applicable law), unless a request is made by the person to have the number(s) removed.

If a listed telephone number changes, a separate request must be submitted to have the new phone number(s) added to the Qsoftglobal do-not-call list.

All Qsoftglobal employees or independent contractors who make telephone solicitation calls on Qsoftglobal's behalf are provided training on do-not-call procedures, including, but not limited to use of the Qsoftglobal do-not-call list.

Also, in compliance with federal rules (Code of Federal Regulations, Section 64.1200), we will mail a copy of this document in response to a consumer's request.

Telephone-sales rules typically allow companies to contact their own customers, even if those customers appear on the national or state do-not-call lists. Thus, we may still contact Qsoftglobal customers for non-solicitation purposes, including billing, claims and other service-related matters. This helps to ensure that we give our customers the best possible customer experience.

We are committed to ensuring compliance with all applicable do-not-call laws and regulations. Any questions concerning the Qsoftglobal do-not-call policy may be directed to: