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I know states vary in laws regarding recording phone calls. Some require you to notify the people being recorded, some don't and some are varying degrees in-between.
But what about recording automated computer operators? Like the ones that robo-call you, or are used to automate bill paying via phone. I'm sure you can state the call is being recorded at the beginning of the call and the computer won't care and/or hang up.
The reason I ask is I have been having a problem with paying a certain bill via phone. I would like to record the automated procedure and the ticket/receipt number it says at the end for my records.