Telemarketers are annoying, and you may be fed up with them calling telemarketing list you all of the time. Your aggravation with these calls may have led you to complain and vent your frustrations to your friends and family, but they are not to whom you should be making your complaints. Why? They may be telemarketing list able to empathize with you, but they won't be able to make the calls stop. Therefore you need to take more constructive actions to have your complaints heard if you telemarketing list truly want to do something about telemarketers.
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By law all telemarketing firms are permitted to have telemarketing list an internal list and legally must comply with your request to be placed on it. If a telemarketing firm does not stop calling you, even though you have filed an official complaint with the NDNCR, it's time to take an extra step and publicly complain about this telemarketing list company or individual on a caller complaints site. This is a website designed to bring phone consumers together to telemarketing list vent their frustrations by sharing their experiences with irritating and relentless telemarketing or other unwanted calls.