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Oral revocation of consent is always permissible in a TCPA case according to the order issued by the FCC in July 2015. If they were using an autodialer and you told them to stop calling they should be on the hook for treble damages.
If this is a creditor, it would appear that they have an application somewhere with your number on it. Revocation of permission to call can be oral in some circuits, but writing is preferred by most courts. Let lawyer figure it out.
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