Firms that offer to seek compensation for personal injury or financial products, such as mis-sold payment protection insurance, should be banned from bombarding people with calls and messages, according to a new report.
More than 80% of those questioned by Axa insurance company said they wanted to see telemarketing companies that contact people on behalf of Claims Management Companies to be more closely regulated and face fines for abusing distribution laws.
Almost 64% said the firms should be banned from bombarding people with messages.
More top news
Seven climbers are missing following an avalanche on the popular Mount Annapurna circuit trekking route.
The Irishman landed several unorthodox shoulder strikes on opponent Donald Cerrone.
Officers will soon be able to apply to magistrates for a Stalking Protection Order (SPO).