Terms & Conditions

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9.2 CPNI

Futaris has implemented the following policies and procedures for ensuring compliance with the FCC’s rules and regulations governing the use of customer proprietary network information (“CPNI”), set forth at 47 C.F.R. & 64.2001 et seq. (“CPNI Rules”):

In-Person Verification

If a person requests CPNI in person, the customer service representative who receives the request must require the individual making the request to produce a valid photo ID that matches the account information for the customer to whom the CPNI relates.

Telephone Verification

If a person requests CPNI over the phone, the customer service representative must (1) send the information to the address of record for the customer to whom the CPNI relates or call the customer at its telephone number of record, if the request relates to call detail CPNI, or (2) authenticate the customer, if the request relates to non-call detail CPNI.

Online Account Access

Futaris currently does not provide online access account access.

Disclosure or Access by Affiliates and Third Parties

The company currently does not permit the use or disclosure of, or access to, CPNI by any affiliate or third party, and the company does not engage in any third party sales or marketing campaigns that involve the use of CPNI.  If the company engages in any such campaigns involving in the future, it will comply with Sections 64.2007, 64.2008, 64.2009, and 64.2010 of the CPNI rules.

Notification of Account Changes

The company will immediately notify a customer whenever a password, customer response to a back-up means of authentication for passwords, or address of record is created or changed.  See 47 C.F.R. & 64.2010(f).  Such notification will be made by a message to the telephone number of record or by mail to the customer’s address of record.

Notification of Breach

The company will notify law enforcement and affected customers of a breach of a customer’s CPNI, and will maintain a record of any breaches or notifications.  See 47 C.F.R. & 64.2011.


All Futaris customer service representatives are trained as to when they are and are not authorized to use CPNI.  The company has established a process for any unauthorized use of CPNI.  See 47 C.F.R. & 64.2009(b).