Intellidyn Corp., Boston, has announced that the company is offering free list-suppression services to help direct marketers such as banks and mortgage companies comply with regulations on contacting disaster victims.Intellidyn also said it has donated an undisclosed amount to America's Second Harvest to aid the victims of Hurricane Katrina and has pledged to "adopt" one of more than 300 hurricane-displaced families now relocating to Florida. Peter Harvey, Intellidyn's chief executive officer and president, noted that the U.S. Postal Service is not accepting mail for delivery to certain Gulf Coast ZIP codes and that Louisiana's state of emergency has triggered the state's "do not call" legislation barring telephone solicitation. "Without list segmentation to remove these closed ZIP codes and prohibited calls, companies may waste expensive marketing resources and incur costly return and address correction charges -- or face fines for illegal telemarketing," Mr. Harvey said. Intellidyn can be found online at http://www.intellidyn.com.

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