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Topic # 185177 12-Nov-2015 17:39
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I'd like to know who should I make a formal complaint to at CallPlus regarding unwanted telemarketing calls at my work place - at no time did we ever give permission to CallPlus to ring us up trying to sell us stuff we never wanted in the first place. I tried ringing up the 0800 number but alas it says that I called outside their 'business hours' so is there any CallPlus employees here who can rectify the situation.




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  Reply # 1427348 13-Nov-2015 08:40
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Hi there - can you please send me some details via PM?
You can register to not get calls here: http://www.marketing.org.nz/Services/Do_Not_Call
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  Reply # 1427795 13-Nov-2015 23:55
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quentinreade: Hi there - can you please send me some details via PM?
You can register to not get calls here: http://www.marketing.org.nz/Services/Do_Not_Call
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I've emailed you, and the register:

"The Do Not Call Register is for personal home contact details only, NOT business contact details"

It is a business number hence not applicable.




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  Reply # 1428650 16-Nov-2015 09:45
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Cheers - sorry, didn't realise the register didn't apply to businesses, seems like it should TBH.
I have passed your details onto the CallPlus team.
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