If a business is breaking the law in an interaction with you, they are violating your rights as a consumer. You have grounds to pursue a case against them.
Even if you are being harassed by calls from real companies, you may have reason to take legal action against them.
Part of the TCPA requires telemarketers to create and comply with a ‘Do-Not-Call’ registry. You have the right to ask companies to cease their calls, and if they do not, you may be able to pursue a case against them.
Within thirty-one days of your name being added to the no-call registry, you should start receiving fewer calls. If you are still receiving calls after your name has been added, the callers are breaking the law.
If you have an established relationship with a business, such as purchasing a product or service, they are able to contact you for up to eighteen months after your transaction.