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If you get an anonymous call from the telephone number 801-437-3150 it is Western Wealth Care, a telemarketing agency. There are numerous such telemarketing agencies like Western Wealth Care who call the customers not only at their home numbers but also at their office numbers. If you feel disturbed by these calls, you can try not to pick up these calls by saving these numbers in your telephone in the "Blocked Call List". Moreover, the recently amended Telemarketing Sales Rule of the Federal Trade Commission established the "Do not call registry system" which makes it easier for customers to cut down the number of unwanted sales call they get everyday.
The "Do not call registry" can be done by calling the number 1-888-382-1222 from the number you want to register. This registration is free of charge. Alternatively, you visit the link https://www.donotcall.gov/register/reg.aspx for "do not call registry". For registering over the net all you need to provide is your phone number and work email address. Within 31 days of registry, you can expect a huge decline in these telesales call. After 31 days of your registry if you still receive any calls, you can file a complaint by visiting the link https://www.donotcall.gov/complaint/complaintcheck.aspx or by calling the toll free helpline number 1-888-382-1222.
Although National Call registry puts a bar on most telemarketing calls, both anonymous as well as identified, you will continue to receive calls from or behalf of from or on behalf of political organizations, charities, and telephone surveyors. As for example, Mountain West Research Center (calling from 208-232-1818) or Western Wats of Utah (calling from 801-373-7735) are market research companies, which do not come under "do not call registry". Moreover, companies with which you have an already established business relationship can call you up to 18 months of your last purchase.
The Collection Agencies are also one of the exceptions to "do not call registry". You can stop these collection agencies from calling by sending a "cease and desist" letter. If they still call you, you may get in touch with an attorney dealing with lawsuits of FDCPA violations and at the same time file a complaint against the company with the FTC.
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