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Early this morning a man called at my house from ResolveCall asking for my husband.  I answered the door, he'd woken me up, when he asked for husband I said "no sorry" and closed the door.  He went back to his car only to get out again and knock on at least 2 of my neighbours doors.  Due to the early hour no-one answered.

The question is what do I do about this visit?

Many thanks for any and all assistance.

LT

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nothing they are powerless and not bailiffs,

 

dx

 


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You could also send them this letter from our library  preventing them from calling again. You could also complain about their rep calling on your neighbours-potential breach of GDPR.

 

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no please don't enter into pointless letter tennis.


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Thanks for the replies.

I was mostly concerned about him knocking on my neighbours doors!

LT

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When I lived in Brixton  doorsteppers didnt last long in the job  if they tried that but a complaint to the FCA about this would be more useful than complaining to the company

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