Southport residents fed up with nuisance calls should let the Government know about it.
Residents complaints; top of the list used to be dog mess, it has been push into the number two position by nuisance calls.
The Culture, Media & Sport Committee have launched a parliamentary inquiry into nuisance phone calls and text messages and want to hear the public’s views on this.
th whole population is fed-up with nuisance calls, and now it’s time to take action. There is a Parliamentary Bill aimed at straightening things out, too. And now am delighted that the Select Committee is starting work on the problem that the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) that is supposed to weed these calls out isn’t up to the job.”
“So there’s something for residents to do if you are as concerned-write in and tell the Select Committee whether TPS has worked for you in stopping nuisance calls, and if not, give the Committee chapter and verse on the number of calls you are still getting.”
The inquiry will focus on the current regulatory system and its enforcement, the effectiveness of the Telephone Preference Service and communications service providers.
The Committee requests short written submissions in Word format to be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and should have ”Nuisance calls” in the subject line.
Submissions to the Committee should be received by the second week of August
Friday, 26 July 2013
Posted by iain at Friday, July 26, 2013