NEW YORK A timeshare unit of Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc (HLT.N) agreed to pay $250,500 and improve its business practices to settle charges it made hundreds of unsolicited telemarketing sales calls to New Yorkers who had signed up for the National Do Not Call Registry.
Governor Andrew Cuomo, who announced the settlement on Monday, said Hilton Grand Vacations Co. violated the state's "Do Not Call" law by making 334 unsolicited calls to 133 people who had registered not to receive them.
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