I signed up to be on the Kansas no-call list. It has cut down on unwanted phone calls, but the calls I still receive are from local phone companies and wireless and long-distance servers. Are they allowed to call me?
The law provides that even if you sign up on the no-call list, a company may call you if you expressly request it; for example, if you fill out a company's information form at a public event.
Also, if you have had an established business relationship with a company within the preceding three years, the company is permitted to contact you. However, you have the right to tell the company to stop making consumer telephone calls under federal law.
Organizations soliciting charitable donations, calls concerning political candidates or issues, or other calls unrelated to the sale of property or services do not fall within the scope of the no-call law.