Remove Your Phone Number to Stop the Calls

Don’t Press 1 to Remove Your Phone Number

Some telemarketers use robodialers and automated messages to sell their services. Con artists use the same technology. Either way, anytime you pick up the phone and a recorded voice tells you to “press 1 to remove your phone number” do not press any buttons. If you press 1 or any other buttons for that matter, the telemarketer or con artist will ADD your number to a call-more-frequently list. No kidding. They won’t remove your phone number but will actually call you more often because now they know they have connected to a live person with a good telephone number. Press 1 to remove your phone number is a lie. The telephone sales companies won’t just call more frequently however. They will also sell and share your number to other annoying telemarketers and scam artists.

Hang Up to Stop the Calls

Your best protection from telemarketers and con artists is to hang up the phone. The last thing you want to do is press any buttons. Don’t let a telemarketer or scam artist know they have connected to a working phone number. Hang up.

Stop Telemarketing Calls

Despite my advice to hang up on certain scam calls you should not hang up on telemarketing calls from reputable telemarketing companies. A reputable company is one that will accurately identify itself on your caller ID and will tell you who they are. When such a telemarketing company calls the best way to stop the calls is to ask to be placed on its internal do not call list. Tell them they are calling a cell phone if true and ask them to remove your phone number and stop calling. Take detailed notes of who you spoke with, what was said, what number they were calling from, and take a picture of the caller ID for each and every call. If they call you more than a dozen times after you tell them to stop, contact a consumer protection attorney. A good attorney can stop the calls from legitimate telemarketers pretty fast.

Stop Debt Collection Calls

My advice to hang up on scam calls and annoying sales calls from unknown companies also doesn’t apply to debt collection calls. Debt collection calls need to be handled more directly. Especially if they are calling more than two or three times per week.

One way to stop debt collection calls is to tell the collection agency to stop calling and that you refuse to pay. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act they have to stop calling when you do. They might sue you however, so talk to a consumer rights attorney before taking such a drastic step. If they keep calling after you tell them to stop, track the details of each call and keep the same detailed records as you would with a telemarketer.

Don’t Stop Debt Collection Calls

In many cases you may want to let debt collectors call you. Track every call as discussed above, however. Take detailed notes, caller ID pictures, and keep track of every call. If the debt collector is abusive, the information you gather now will be evidence against them later. In many cases you should record abusive telephone calls with collection agencies but contact an attorney to assist and advise you first. Recording telephone calls is illegal in many states and punishable as a crime. Don’t record a call unless you are 100% certain that it is legal to do so in both your state and the caller’s state.

Remove Your Phone Number, Maybe

There are times you want to remove your phone number from a telemarketing list but never push a button to do so. Tell the caller to stop the calls and keep detailed records for later use in court if they won’t stop the calls. Of course, if a company calls you more than a dozen times after you tell it to stop, contact a consumer protection attorney for assistance.

Mortgage Investors Corporation Telemarketing Harassment

If Mortgage Investors Corporation is harassing you with repeated unwanted telemarketing calls you are not alone. Many consumers complain about abusive and harassing telemarketing practices by Mortgage Investors Corporation (MIC). Here are my recommendations to stop the calls.

Telephone Consumer Protection Act

Federal law protects you from telemarketing harassment by Mortgage Investors Corporation and other telemarketers. Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) telemarketers can be liable to you for between $500 and $1500 per call if it calls after you tell it to stop calling. Don’t sue these companies on your own, however. Hire a consumer protection attorney for these cases. Yes, you can take a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit to small claims court but you will almost certainly get better results hiring a consumer protection attorney and taking a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit to federal court.

Stop Mortgage Investors Corporation Telemarketing Harassment

Before you file any lawsuits you should first try to resolve the problem with Mortgage Investors Corporation (MIC) by telling it to stop harassing you with repeated telemarketing calls. Most companies honor these requests and if MIC doesn’t you should then begin tracking each subsequent call. Take notes of each and every call including the date, time, caller, and what you said to each other. Take pictures or screenshots of the caller ID for each call. You will need these pictures if a lawsuit against Mortgage Investors Corporation ever becomes necessary.

Do Not Call Registry

If you haven’t done so already, place your telephone number on the federal do not call list. This will help stop many calls from other telemarketers and may help stop the calls from Mortgage Investors.

Telemarketing Harassment Lawsuits

If you tell Mortgage Investors Corporation to stop calling you and it doesn’t stop, call an experienced consumer protection attorney. If you have a dozen or more calls most consumer rights lawyers will take your case on a contingency basis so you won’t have to pay anything unless you win or settle your case. Complaints about Mortgage Investors Corporation and its abusive telemarketing strategies are all over the Internet. Don’t be a victim of these practices. A lawsuit stops the calls but an online complaint does not.

If Mortgage Investors Corporation is harassing you with dozens of unwanted telemarketing calls, please contact us now for a free case evaluation. We can stop the calls from MIC.

Scam Telephone Calls

It seems that no matter what we do we just can’t prevent all scam telephone calls. Placing your number on the do-not-call list and keeping your telephone number unlisted are old techniques that just don’t work as well as they used to. Telemarketing scams are everywhere and everyone with a phone eventually gets them. The good news is that most calls can be stopped. The bad news is that many scam telephone calls will always be an issue.

Who Called Me

The biggest problem with scam telephone calls is not knowing who is calling. Caller ID information can, and usually is, faked. Callers perpetrating these scams are trained to lie about where and who they are. And telephone numbers are routed through fake or complicit companies making the numbers very difficult to track to their real source.

To compound the problem, telephone companies are not only complicit in allowing these con artists to operate, but in many cases, actively conceal the true identities of these criminals. Indeed, because scam telemarketers pay telephone companies many millions of dollars every year, telephone companies are eager to assist them in ripping off unsuspecting consumers.

FTC Complaints, Attorney General Complaints, and FBI Investigations

The FTC, state attorneys general, and the FBI all advertise ways to file complaints against scam telemarketers. I can’t figure out why, however. These agencies do very little to actually stop scam telemarketing. Sure they occasionally file small lawsuits, pursue minor criminal charges, or take insignificant administrative action against the callers but they rarely, if ever, go after the telephone companies involved in the scams and criminal prosecutions are few and far between. If these agencies were more active we would eventually see a meaningful reduction in scam telephone calls. Cutting off the head of a snake is an effective way to kill it after all.

Telemarketer Lawsuits

For consumers, it is difficult and often impossible to file lawsuits against these scam telemarketers. Identifying the company involved is the key. Once you identify the specific company responsible for calling you illegally you can take legal action but collecting any judgment you get is another barrier you will face. Scam telemarketers are very good at hiding and protecting assets. Yes, these criminals are very rich and they have no problem holding money in offshore accounts, fraudulent companies, and even in the names of spouses or other close relatives. They are also very good at filing bankruptcy and unreasonably encumbering assets to make themselves judgment proof. Legitimate telemarketers like Mortgage Investors Corporation are easier to locate but even they are getting better at escaping accountability for abusive telemarketing practices.

Scam Telephone Calls Conclusion

In a perfect world scam telephone calls would never occur. Unfortunately, our world is far from perfect. Rip-off con artists are getting better at escaping liability for stealing from consumers and they are growing increasingly efficient in doing so. If you are a victim of a scam telephone call, document the calls and contact a consumer law attorney to see if he can help. In many cases a good attorney can track down the source of the calls and seek compensation on your behalf. The FBI, FTC, and state attorneys general can’t effectively stop these calls but, in many cases, you can.

How to Stop Harassment

Consumers often ask me how to stop harassment from debt collectors, collection attorneys, or telemarketers. My answer may surprise you but often I recommend that you don’t stop the calls. In many cases it may be better to sue the abusive companies that to merely stop the calls.

Stop Harassment from Debt Collectors, Collection Agencies, and Collection Attorneys

The simple way to stop harassment from collection calls is to simply ask the debt collector in writing to stop the calls. Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) the collector is then required to stop calling you. Yes, it is that easy to stop collection calls. This applies to any collection agency or collection attorney collecting consumer debt that it obtained from another while that debt was in default. Don’t be hasty, however. It is often preferable to let the calls continue.

One reason you should let collection agencies call you is because if you tell them to stop calling, they might sue you. Being sued is stressful and can result in a bad outcome compared to answering the phone once in a while. Contact an attorney before asking a debt collector to stop calling.

Another circumstance in which you should let collection agencies keep calling you is when you need to sue a debt collector for other abuses. Under the FDCPA you can, and should, sue debt collectors, collection agencies, and collection attorneys when they are abusive, unfair, or treat you in an undignified manner. If such conduct is taking place, allowing the calls to continue while you gather evidence can help bolster your case against the collection agency.

Stop Harassment from Telemarketers

It is easy to stop harassment from most telemarketers. First, put your telephone number on the do not call registry. Not all telemarketing will stop by putting your number on the do not call list but it will certainly help reduce such calls. Next, tell the telemarketer to stop calling and ask for a copy of its do not call policy. Those two steps alone will stop harassment in most cases.

In more extreme situations you may need to sue to stop harassment from telemarketers. In that case your first priority is keep a call log of the date, time, and caller of every call. Answer every telemarketing call and tell the telemarketer to stop calling you and make a note that you did so in your log. Take pictures of the caller ID for every call to later prove who called and what number they called from. You can also compare the caller ID information to call records to determine whether or not the telemarketer altered the caller ID information. You should also get copies of your telephone records to bolster the information from your caller ID pictures and call log.


When consumers ask me how to stop harassment from debt collectors, collection agencies, or collection attorneys my answer is often don’t stop the calls. Instead, use the calls to gather evidence. For telemarketing calls, the same advice rings true. Tell the caller to stop calling but keep good records in case they don’t. In any event, stopping these annoying calls is easy to do in most cases. If the calls don’t stop after your repeated efforts, contact a consumer rights attorney. In many cases, we can stop the calls and make these abusive companies pay you for their harassment and abuse.

Mortgage Investors Corporation Lawsuits

Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuits seem like an extreme measure to take but if Mortgage Investors Corporation is harassing you with repeated unwanted telemarketing calls, a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit may be the best way to stop the harassment. Indeed, Mortgage Investors Corporation was recently fined by the FTC for harassing and deceiving consumers.

Stop the Calls: Step One

If Mortgage Investors Corporation (MIC) is harassing you with repeated telemarketing calls your first step is to ask it to stop calling. If they truly want to uphold the law and respect your rights no other steps will be needed, including a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit.

If MIC is calling your cell phone be sure to tell it so. It is important for Mortgage Investors Corporation to understand what it is doing and just how stressful it can be to get repeated calls to your cell phone at inconvenient times.

It is equally important for you to answer every call, tell MIC to stop calling, take clear notes of the date, time, caller, and what you said to each other, and to also be sure to take a picture or screenshot of the caller ID for future proof in case a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit ever becomes necessary.

Stop the Calls: Step Two

Your next step should be to place your telephone number on the do not call list. Again, MIC needs to understand how serious you are about stopping telemarketing calls and the do not call list is a good way to let them know.

Stop the Calls: Step Three

The first step alone should stop the calls, if MIC cares about your privacy and the law. Unfortunately, however, Mortgage Investors Corporation seems to be generating enough online complaints that they may keep calling you even after you repeatedly request they stop. If they do, a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit is an excellent way to stop the calls and make MIC pay you damages.

Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Mortgage Investors Corporation, like other telemarketers, can be liable to you for between $500 and $1500 per call after you tell it to stop calling. Hire an attorney for his however. Yes, you can take a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit to small claims court but you will almost certainly get better results hiring a consumer protection attorney and taking a Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuit to federal court.


Consumers across the country are being harassed by Mortgage Investors Corporation. MIC seems to be engaging in a concerted campaign of heavily telemarketing to consumers who want the calls to stop but Mortgage Investors Corporation just won’t listen. There are numerous online complaints about Mortgage Investors Corporation with stories of consumers receiving dozens of unwanted calls, even after telling MIC to stop calling. Those consumers should consider suing Mortgage Investors instead. A lawsuit stops the calls but an online complaint does not.

Mortgage Investors Corporation lawsuits can be an effective way to stop the annoying telemarketing calls made by Mortgage Investors Corporation. The truth is you don’t have to be a victim. You can stop the calls and make MIC pay you damages.

Call us now for a free case evaluation if you are getting unwanted calls from Mortgage Investors Corporation.

Stop Robocalls the Easy Way

If you want to stop robocalls the easy way, don’t hang up as advised by the FTC. The best way to stop robocalls is to follow these easy steps and make the robocaller pay you up to $1500.00 per illegal call.

Get on the Do-Not-Call Registry

First, get your number on the do-not-call registry. No, it won’t stop all robocalls but it will stop most. Inclusion on the do not call list also has the added benefit of making it illegal to call you. That is important for your future efforts to stop the calls.

Tell the Caller to Stop Calling

Most robocalls are, by definition, made by an automated system so you are unlikely to get a person on the phone. If you do get a live person tell them to stop calling you. If the robocalls are coming to your cell phone tell the caller that you do not give permission to call your cell phone and to stop calling it. Telling the robocaller to stop calling you is an important step in getting the calls to stop so keep good notes for later use.

Also, never push any buttons during a robocall. Pushing any buttons at all will trigger more robocalls because it tells the telemarketer that a live person will answer the phone at that number. It is very important that you don’t push any buttons.

Record the Robocalls

If it is legal in your state you should record the robocalls. Obviously, this means that hanging up as the FTC recommends is a very bad idea. The reason you should record the calls instead of hanging up is because you want evidence against the robocaller. An audio recording is important proof that the call occurred and was actually a robocall. If you hang up you don’t get this important proof.

Take Notes of Each Robocall

Take good written notes. Note every robocall by date, time, caller ID information, company name, and the names of anyone you eventually speak with. These notes are critical to your future efforts to stop the robocalls. Feel free to use my Collection Communications Log to keep track of the unwanted robocalls.

Photograph the Caller ID

After the call ends take a picture of the caller ID. This too is important proof that the call occurred. For smart phones you can find a screen capture app if you prefer a screenshot rather than a photograph. The screenshot or picture can also serve as proof that the caller spoofed, or in other words, altered the caller ID information. Falsifying the caller ID is just as unlawful as making the call in the first place.

Obtain Phone Records

When you get your monthly phone bill preserve the records. This is evidence of the calls as it shows the date, time, and number from which the caller dialed. You need this proof to properly stop robocalls.

Call a Consumer Rights Attorney

Perhaps the most important step to stop robocalls is to call a consumer protection attorney. He can advise you on the appropriate steps to take to preserve your rights and to preserve the evidence you need to prove your case. And yes, in many cases you will need to sue to properly stop robocalls. Anything less is insufficient to stop the more unscrupulous telemarketing companies. The good news is that suing a telemarketer can result in an award of as much as $1500.00 for each illegal call.


Take the steps above if you want to stop robocalls. Prepare and preserve your evidence and get a lawyer. If you simply hang up as the FTC suggests you have done nothing to stop robocalls. Suing, on the other hand, will stop at least one robocaller from ever bothering you again and in many cases can actually stop others as well.

Complaints and Reviews about Mortgage Investors Corporation

Online complaints and reviews about Mortgage Investors Corporation (MIC) are not looking very good for the well-known mortgage company. Indeed, a lot of consumers feel abused by Mortgage Investors’ heavy-handed sales tactics. Other websites including reviews on the the BBB confirm consumers seemingly widespread attitude about MIC.

Mortgage Investors Do Not Call Registry Complaints

One primary complaint is that Mortgage Investors (also known as MIC) is calling and harassing consumers listed on the do-not-call list. Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) many of these calls are illegal. Not all the calls are unlawful, however. Telemarketers like MIC can call a consumer listed on the do not call registry if it has a recent business relationship with the consumer or the consumer authorizes the call. Unfortunately, however, according to many of the complaints online, MIC is calling without a relationship or authorization.

Mortgage Investors Do Not Call Request Complaints

Another reason for the complaints about Mortgage Investors is that it continues calling consumers after the consumer explicitly requests it to stop. Once a reasonable time from the request has passed, any further calls are also unlawful under the TCPA. This is true even if the consumer is not listed in the do not call registry.

Complaints about Mortgage Investors Sales Tactics

Mortgage Investors is also getting a lot of complaints about being abusive during its in-person meetings with consumers. According to the complaints, salesman are often rude and condescending to anyone showing even a little resistance to the sales pitch. A couple of consumers also complained about dishonesty regarding the terms of the mortgage issued and the tactics MIC used to sell it.

Sue Mortgage Investors Corporation

The good news is that if you haven’t already taken out a mortgage with Mortgage Investors then you don’t have to be at its’ mercy. You can fight back and even make them stop calling. Here’s how:

First, put your name on the federal do not call registry. It takes time for your request to take effect so your next step is to tell Mortgage Investors to stop calling you. Request its internal do not call policy also. MIC has to honor your requests. If it doesn’t, start tracking the calls. Take notes on the date, time, number called from, name of the person calling, and any other details of the call that you can. Take pictures of the caller ID to support your claims. You should also obtain copies of your telephone records to prove each call occurred.

Once you have gathered your notes, pictures of the caller ID, and telephone records make an appointment with a consumer protection attorney. Even if you don’t hire him, his insight and evaluation of your case will be helpful. You should then either hire an attorney to represent you or you can file your own lawsuit in small claims court. If you have proof of more than 20 calls after you requested any telemarketer to stop contacting you please call an attorney. If not, you will be potentially losing thousands of dollars in damages.


Stopping MIC or any other telemarketer from calling you is easy. Tell it to stop calling, put your number on the do not call registry, and sue if necessary. If you need help, call me at 801-297-2494 today. I am an experienced consumer protection attorney with experience suing abusive telemarketers and can evaluate your case for free.

How to Spot a Telephone Scam

Americans lose an estimated $40 billion each year to telephone scams. The simple fact is that if something sounds too good to be true, it probably is a scam. There are many forms of telephone fraud but here are a few of the most common.

Travel Offers

Travel offers by telephone are a major area for consumer telephone scams. It involves a company calling consumers and falsely informing them they have been personally selected to receive a special offer. In reality, the consumer hasn’t won anything but was randomly called by an autodialing system in most cases. The so-called offer is usually a discount travel package, travel club membership, or timeshare. These offers are not prizes but are actually solicitations. Additionally, these telephone scam travel offers are never actually a good value. They include exorbitant hidden fees and costs and often require you to sit through long-winded sales presentations for over-priced and under-valued travel packages.

Free Prize Notifications

Telephone scams often involve fake prize notifications to obtain money and information from consumers. The telephone scam works like this. The company calls consumers randomly to inform the consumer they have won a prize. They then require a payment of fees from the consumer for shipping, handling, membership, or some other nonsense. Some of these con artists are stealing the fees outright while others use the credit card or banking information fraudulently to steal even larger amounts. Many of these prize notification scams are also framed as travel offers as discussed above.


It is unconscionable that anyone would steal money from consumers under the guise of soliciting charitable donations but the simple fact is that it happens every day. Many calls you receive are actually from charities with legitimate needs but never pay them by telephone unless you know exactly who they are through some independent means. For example, Friends of MS calls my home four or five times every year but we know exactly with whom we are dealing. The same caller, whom we now know by name, calls us each time and never even asks for money by telephone. Instead, they want clothing donations left on our doorstep. In contrast, the people committing telephone scams won’t want clothing, they will want cash or credit card information by telephone and they will want it right now.

Under Utah Law legitimate charities are required to obtain registration from the state and provide you with their permit number and what percentage of your donation will go toward the charitable purpose. You can check these permits at the Utah Division of Consumer Protection website.

Fraudulent Debt Collections

Some telephone scam artists will call you to collect a debt you do not owe. Venerable consumers sometimes make a payment over the telephone just to escape the uncomfortable pressure exerted by these crooks. If a company calls to collect a debt always ask for written validation of the debt but do not provide them with your address. If the debt is actually yours they already have your contact information. If they then fail to send written proof of the debt and their identity and you don’t recognize the debt as yours they are probably scamming you.

Advance Fee Loans

Some telephone scam companies will call to offer you a loan. To do so they will require a payment from you in advance. These companies are either stealing from you outright by using the information for that advance fee to access and drain your account or they are planning to deny your loan while keeping the non-refundable advance fee. Either way, it is a scam. Use banks or credit unions if you need a legitimate loan.

Investment Fraud

Investment advice is never reliable when obtained through a telephone call you did not initiate. Nonetheless, many consumers fall victim to investment telephone scams when they think they are privy to inside information about an investment. These con artists will use every high-pressure sales technique in the book and even instruct you to keep your involvement secret as if you are somehow invited into an inner circle of investment gurus. The truth is that actual investment advisors never cold call potential investors and request money over the phone.


The best advice to avoid being ripped off by a telephone scam artist is to never buy anything from a company or person calling you cold. If they won’t provide you with written notification of a prize, travel offer, debt collection, or other solicitation then they are scamming you. Legitimate companies will always openly and willingly provide you with written information about themselves and their services and products and a telephone scam company usually won’t.

Suing Telemarketers

Telemarketers sometimes have a hard time taking no for an answer.  The first step to ending the calls is to simply ask the telemarketer to stop calling you.  Once you ask, the telemarketer is required by law to stop calling.  Record the details of your request for it to stop calling such as the date, time, and person with whom you spoke, and take a picture of the caller ID for later use.  Writing a letter to the telemarketing company can also sometimes help stop the calls.  Then, if the telemarketer continues calling you have proof you asked for the calls to stop.

You should also put your telephone number on the federal do not call list.  Doing so will stop most reputable telemarketers (if there is such a thing).  For those who do not stop calling, inclusion of your number in the do not call registry provides you additional proof of wrongdoing and creates an additional cause of action against the telemarketer if you decide to sue.

If the steps above do not stop the calls, suing the telemarketer may be your only option.  Use caution, however.  If you have conducted business with the company in the last three months or have given it permission to call you, it is probably not violating the do not call rules until you tell it to stop calling.

You can also sue abusive telemarketers for calling you before 8:00 in the morning or after 9:00 at night, for using an automated dialer to call your cell phone, or failing to provide you a copy of their do not call policy when you request it.

If you sue a telemarketer you could receive a substantial award or settlement but only if you have all your ducks in a row.  Failing to have the required evidence or suing when the telemarketing company has a legal defense could blow up in your face.  If you successfully prove your case, the court can award you up to $500 in statutory damages per violation and, if the telemarketer willfully or knowingly violated the law, up to $1500 for each violation.

Such high statutory damages are powerful tools in the fight against abusive marketing calls but don’t dismiss the effectiveness of the do not call registry and asking callers to stop as good measures toward preventing the vast majority of these calls.  Either way, when you fight against these unwanted privacy intrusions properly, peace and quiet are the ultimate result.

How to Stop Telemarketing Calls

Getting unwanted telemarketing calls can be annoying or downright aggravating depending when it comes or how long it takes to get the caller off the phone. When the telemarketing calls come daily, or sometimes more often, the harassment starts to take quite a toll on even the most patient person. The good news is that stopping most telemarketing calls is easy.

The first step to stop telemarketing calls is to put your telephone number on the federal Do Not Call Registry. Once you do it should take less than 30 days for most telemarketers to stop calling you. Most states also have their own do not call registries you can use in conjunction with the federal Registry. Use both to get the best results. Keep in mind that charities and political candidates can still call you since they are not subject to the do not call regulations.

The next step to stopping the annoying telemarketing calls is to simply tell the abusive telemarketer you want them to stop calling. This is less effective than using the do not call registry but creates an obligation for the telemarketer to put you on its own do not call list and to stop calling you within a reasonable time. Most will stop calling within a few days of your request but a few unscrupulous companies will often continue calling even after you tell them to stop.

Those two simple steps will stop most telemarketing calls. If the telemarketing calls continue gather your telephone records and keep a log of all harassing calls including, who called, when they called, what number they called from, what you told them, and what they told you. A sample log for your personal use is available here. You should also take a picture of the caller ID every time a telemarketer calls and, if legal in your state, record the call. In Utah only one party to a conversation has to consent so feel free to record telemarketing calls if you reside in Utah. If any telemarketers leave you messages record those too.

If telemarketers keep calling you after placing your number on the do not call registry and telling them to stop your best option is to sue. It may seem drastic but suing is not only a sure-fire way to stop the telemarketing calls, it can also be rewarding. Violations for breaking the telemarketing rules can be up to $500 per violation and even higher in some circumstances. You will need the log, recordings, and your telephone records discussed above to prove your claim so be sure to keep accurate and timely records.

Stopping most telemarketing calls is generally easy. For the unscrupulous few who won’t give up so easily, suing is your best option. In either case, if you have any questions or need help with a particularly obnoxious telemarketer feel free to call us.

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