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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 second unsolicited proposal was an almost P50-billion project that would rise 'mostly along the Pasig River' and would connect Rizal province through Pasig, Makati and Manila.
The European Banking Authority (EBA) has published a decision confirming the use of unsolicited credit assessments assigned by certain external credit assessment institutions (ECAIs) for calculating institutions' capital requirements, the organization said.
In a statement, the BSP also reminded banks on the prohibition against advertizing, loan offer or marketing through unsolicited mobile messaging.
The ACCC alleges that Zen Telecom, through marketing companies engaged to telemarket Zen s services, made false, misleading or deceptive representations during unsolicited calls to consumers by representing that they were acting on behalf of Telstra or a business or company associated with Telstra.
Indian banks have been given time by the Indian central bank to deal with unsolicited commercial calls.
In legal term, unsolicited calls or messages are categorised as a communication that is made to a telecom device, which usually contain marketing materials without the express consent of the recipient.
Developer, manufacturer and marketer of life science tools Illumina Inc (NASDAQ:ILMN) on Monday said that its board of directors continues to believe that an unsolicited tender offer by Roche is grossly inadequate.
The Trai should set up a helpline, where people who receive unsolicited calls or SMS should forward it to these helpline.
If the consumer showed any intent to purchase, either by purchasing one item or responding to an unsolicited letter, then the goods may not be considered unsolicited.
International Resource News-10 September 2008-Rockwell Diamonds Responds To Unsolicited Takeover Offer(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
The first coverage theory concerned whether the unsolicited transmission of junk faxes fit within the policy coverage for "property damage" caused by an "accident.
But the Direct Marketing Association says there's a positive side to unsolicited e-mail.