Federal Trade Commission | Protecting America's Consumer
Submit a Complaint
  1. You may file a complaint if you received an unwanted call after your number was on the National Registry for 31 days.

  2. You may also file a complaint if you received a call that used a recorded message instead of a live person (whether or not your number was on the Registry).

    Reminder: Even if your number is registered, some organizations may still call you, such as charities, political organizations, and telephone surveyors. For a full description of who may still call you, please consult our Consumer FAQs.

    Debt collectors may also continue to call you whether your number is on the Registry or not. If you have a complaint about a debt collector, please Click Here to file your complaint. For more information about your rights regarding debt collectors Click Here.

  3. You may also provide what the call is about? For ex: like charities, lotteries, home improvement, warranties and vacation. The FTC's Do Not Call and robocall rules don't cover political calls or survey calls unless the caller also tried to sell you something.

Click on Privacy and Security to learn how the information you provide is used.

Attention sellers and telemarketers: Go to https://telemarketing.donotcall.gov to access the National Do Not Call Registry.


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