If you are tired of receiving calls on your cell phone from banks offering you credit cards, loans or insurance, keep reading, as the National Commission for the Protection and Defense of Users of Financial Services (Condusef) has a There is a tool with which you can block them so that you stop receiving them.
Condusef’s tool to stop receiving calls in which they offer you a banking service is the Public Registry of Users (REUS), which contains the personal information of users of the Mexican financial system who do not want to be bothered with promotions from credit institutions Huh.
How to stop receiving calls from banks?
To stop receiving these calls, you must register with REUS. There are three ways to do this: by making a phone call to the Condusef service center, at Condusef offices or by registering online.
registration by phone
If you wish to register by phone, you must call 800 999 8080 and provide your name, telephone number and email address to be restricted.
Registration in Condusef offices
If you wish to register directly at Condusef offices, you will need to go there by appointment. here you can.
How to stop calls from banks on landline?
If you wish to stop receiving calls on your landline, you must present a telephone receipt and your identification.
Whichever way you register, you will need to wait two business days for REUS to be registered.
How long does REUS registration last?
Registration in REUS lasts for two years, when that time is up, your membership will be cancelled, so you will need to register again if you want to continue without receiving calls.
REUS registration does not exempt you from service calls for collection, political purposes, donations or telephone surveys.