Are you getting unnecessary calls on your phone? Registered your number to TPS, and still getting harassed by those calls, then be sure that your number got leaked due to unethical practice called "˜sugging'. No need to fear with a single complaint you too can put a ban on this illegal practice. Now it is obvious that you get irritated getting marketing calls middle of your busy schedule and that often go the extreme. Even TPS cannot stop it, and then you feel disgusted and complain against the same. However, TPS cannot be blamed in this case, there are number of lead generation companies who in the guise of survey collects data including those numbers who have opted for TPS. As a result, many marketing calls are directed at your phone. Some lead generation companies are known to breach the trust of their consumer by trying to sell them products while going conducting research over the phone. According to Direct Marketing Association, this is termed as sugging and this practice is strictly forbidden by DMA, but still some lead generation companies are registered with complaints to use this practice. Phruit Limited, reputed lead generation company in UK is a good example who recently was involved in such unethical practices and made their reputation at stake. A single complaint from a customer fueled investigation against them, and it was found that the company has broken three most important DMC codes, this includes: 1. 21.18 and 21.20 on TPS compliance and data cleansing2. 3.11 under which Phruit has a responsibility for compliance by suppliers3. 3.18 on "sugging" or carrying out sales and marketing under the disguise of research Based on this complaints DMA suspended Phruit from its membership. Such a punishment is surely hard on the part of business. So if somebody whom you know is still receiving marketing calls even after they had registered to TPS then ask them to lodge a complaint immediately. Ask them to raise their voice by web complaints or they can comment on complaints, which already exist. Or can choose any social media to express their views about the company. This will help others from being trapped. Or people can opt for mails, and ask the calling company to stop such practices immediately. Now if you or any know person is receiving calls from Phruit Limited then they can contact them in the following address: Phruit LimitedThe Barn Huddlestone's Wharf Newark Nottinghamshire Ng24 4ul Call them at: 0844 41 4* 741 Other than this, you can also mail directly to the company director, Phil Lightfoot. As "˜sugging' is making marketing calls loose customer faith, lead generation companies are losing their foothold in global market. For some unethical companies the one, which are genuine, too gets their business hampered. Better option is that whenever you get a call from marketers, ask them whether they will sell your personal details to any third parties or not. It is to ensure that you can later complain or disclose the company on the web if they breach your trust. Shaun Aster loves to raise his voice against such unethical companies and fights for protecting consumer rights. He writes about unethical practices like "˜sugging' opted by companies like Phruit make consumers aware and stay alarmed.