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Principals, Affiliates, Subsidiaries & Parent: For Calling In US and Canada, we use IRISTEL Inc
{"ct_name":"LUCKY SIDHU","ct_title":"OWNER","ct_dept":"IT","ct_address":"2800 high point | Milton, Canada","ct_tel":"+14168817930","ct_email":"ADMIN@NPTTECHNOLOGIES.COM","bz_address":"2800 high point | Milton, Canada","country":"Canada","declare":"2024-04-29","last_seen":"2024-06-19","sys_id":"89fbd8b287f58250f05b63d40cbb35e7","is_new":0,"gw_prov":"false","gw_prov_choice":"No","combined_gw":"false","ipr_imported":"false","voice_choice":"Yes","intermed_choice":"No","investigated":"No","intermed_exempt_rule":"","gw_exempt_rule":"","voice_exempt_rule":"Until such time as STIR\/SHAKEN implementation is complete, Iristel is taking the following steps to \nmitigate illegal robocall traffic:\na. Iristel retail end-users are unable to spoof their caller-ID. Iristel's soft switch is specifically \nconfigured to reject calls from its end-users if the caller-ID is spoofed. \n2 \nb. Some Iristel enterprise users may be permitted to spoof caller-ID upon request if the use case \nis valid. For example, a company may wish to display its main number on all outbound calls \nrather than individual DID numbers. However, in general, rules similar to those for retail \ncustomers apply and customers cannot spoof their caller ID information. \nc. Iristel wholesale customers (resellers) are telecommunications service providers and are \nrequired to register with the CRTC as carriers or resellers. In this case, the onus is on them to \nimplement STIR\/SHAKEN and\/or mitigate robocalls and they should register with the FCC \ndirectly if they originate IP-based voice traffic that is encompassed in paragraph (c) of ? \n64.6305 Robocall mitigation and certification. Telecommunication service providers may obtain \nCanadian telephone numbers from Iristel and while they must route inbound calls through \nIristel's network, they are not required to route outbound calls through Iristel's network. As such, \nIristel does not have the ability to verify the validity of caller ID even if the caller is using an \nIristel originating number because the call may not flow through the Iristel network. \nd. Iristel cooperates with law enforcement requests regarding spoofed or fraudulent calls. In the \nmajority of cases, when law enforcement requests customer of record information from Iristel, \nit relates to a number that Iristel has assigned to a reseller. In the event that the number is \nassigned to a reseller (as opposed to a direct Iristel end user customer), Canadian law and \nIristel's commercial terms and conditions allows Iristel to provide to law enforcement the identity \nof the telecommunication service provider to whom the number has been assigned without a \nproduction order. Iristel responds to these law enforcement requests promptly, usually within \n48 hours, by directing law enforcement to the appropriate telecommunications service provider. \nThis removes the ability of a reseller to hide behind a carrier because it does not have its own \nnumbering resources that can be looked up. \ne. Iristel rejects all calls that originate, transit or terminate on its network if the caller ID contains \na number that is not valid under NANP or E.164, in conformance with the requirements of \nCompliance and Enforcement and Telecom Regulatory Policy CRTC 2018-484 Implementation \nof universal network-level blocking of calls with blatantly illegitimate caller identification","investigate_descript":""}
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