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unsolicited

adjective complimentary, free, proffered, unasked, unbidden, uncalled-for, undesired, uninvited, unrequested, unsought, unwanted, unwelcome, unwished, voluntary, volunteered
Associated concepts: unsolicited response, unsolicited sale
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The proposals were made as President Duterte signaled his administration would welcome unsolicited bids.
The decision is part of the single rulebook in banking and will ensure regulatory harmonisation across the European Union (EU) regarding the use of unsolicited credit ratings for determining institutions' own funds requirements.
According the BSP, they have been receiving several complaints and inquiries from the public about the proliferation of unsolicited text messages.
The ACCC also alleges that Zen Telecom breached the unsolicited consumer agreement (UCA) provisions of the ACL.
The telecom regulator, TRAI, said that it has given banks until mid-December to check unsolicited commercial calls and SMSes.
The matter of unsolicited communication came into the knowledge of the authority approximately five years ago through analysis of consumer complaints.
Roche has extended its unsolicited tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares of Illuminia for USD44.
He was among the few who took up the issue before the authorities highlighting the nuisance of unsolicited commercial communications.
The company has reported that Pala Investments Holdings Limited (Pala) has made an unsolicited offer to acquire all of the outstanding common shares of the company at a price of CDD0.
The TCPA's prohibition against the sending of junk faxes has nothing at all to do with the content of any ad, only its unsolicited transmission.
Microsoft says spam is "unsolicited commercial e-mail sent to advertise a product or a service," but merchants contend that most advertising--through the mail, magazines, radio or television--is unsolicited.
The FTC also noted that spammers are unlikely to comply with requirements to label unsolicited messages.