Register your phone in a Robinson List
Robinson lists are marketing preference registers that enable you to submit a global opt-out from all direct marketing, thus indicating companies that you do not wish to receive further communications with marketing purposes.
Depending on national law, clearing the company’s records against Robinson lists may or not be mandatory. In Spain, there is one Robinson list which is managed by the Asociación Española de Economía Digital and merchants engaging in direct marketing activities are obliged to cleanse their records first.
Registration in the Spanish Robinson List is free and inscriptions have effects after three months. You may include: postal mail, email, phone, sms and mms.
There are three scenarios where a company is entitled to call you with marketing purposes: when they have your consent, when you are or have been their customer, and when your contact details are on public databases.
If you have given the company your consent, registering in the Robinson List will not help you, instead what you should do is withdraw your consent.
On the other hand, if you entered into a contract or acquired any goods or services from a company, it will be entitled to call you to offer similar products or services insofar as it provides easy-accessible free means to opt-out from successive communications, with no need of your consent.
It is on the latter scenario where registering in a Robinson list is more useful. If you have entered your phone, the marketer will not be allowed to call you with advertising purposes even when you are or have been their customer.
Finally, the Robinson List is also very useful to stop spam calls when your data were collected from public accessible sources or databases from other organisations.
Registering in the Robinson List will help you stop spam calls from all those companies which do not have your consent.
Registering in the Robinson List follows a free easy procedure. You may start here.