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The BBC has today reported that ‘cold calling should be banned’ according to a recent Which? survey.

Which? says the average consumer receives six cold calls a month, and found two-thirds of people surveyed had received at least one unsolicited call within the last three months, with recipients often left feeling ‘intimidated’.

“Reputable businesses should stop making sales calls to you if you ask to be removed from their contact database, but if that doesn’t work you should report the company to the Information Commissioner’s Office or Ofcom.”  states the report. Absolute Data ensures that all of its customers have their data matched against the telephone preference service to make sure that all calls made are being made legitimately; it quite agrees that unscrupulous operators need outlawing, as it brings perfectly legitimate operators into disrepute. Read the BBC report in full, here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-11090087

 If you would like further information about the way we can help your business make legitimate calls, please contact us now on info@absolute-data.co.uk.