Teaming Up to End Unwanted Robocalls and Texts

The FCC takes a multi-pronged approach in the campaign to end to illegal robocalls and spoofing scams. We know that our work is making a difference, but we have more to do, and you as a consumer play an important role. When you get an unwanted call or text, please file an informal complaint with the FCC. Doing so helps inform our policy decisions as well as our investigations. Working together, we will stop robocall and text scams.

Alejandro Roark, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau Chief
Read Alejandro's Note about how we can work together to end unwanted calls and texts.

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The Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau develops and implements the FCC's consumer policies and serves as the agency's connection to the American consumer.