Was going to put in a complaint to Ofcom, but it appears they're not in business this weekend. message on the Ofcom web site "We are undertaking essential maintenance on the Ofcom website this weekend"
You are probably being called by a computer. When you answer it should connect you to an operator or, if no operator is free, it will clear-down and pester the next person in the sequence. You are lucky in that you have a number: they usually withhold the number. I had a month of this from an insurance company. I discovered the source with the help of BT's nuisance call bureau.
This morning the phone rang. "Hello is that Mr----" I answered yes, " Good morning This is Cornill Insurance" So I let him have both barrels, finishing up telling to get my name off their database, and if I received another call from them I would complain to Ofcom.
Will that be the end of these calls? If not I will post again.
I had the misfortune to buy a ring for my wife from the above and have been getting dozens of phone calls from them since,the last 3 weeks they have rung every day including Sunday,even though my wife tells them i am at work,got a call on Friday last from a call center in India i think and i gave off to him and told not to ring again,he gave me a number for their UK office which i rang and told them to remove me from their list,have to wait and see if this will work,by the way i will never buy from them again.Paddy
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