TPS Services

TPS Services provides automated online 24/7 data screening against the Telephone Preference Service (TPS / CTPS) and other suppression registers. We also offer Mobile Number Validation (HLR lookups) and also Landline telephone number validation.

We are looking for resellers and affiliates to refer clients for a 25% ongoing revenue share.


TPS Services are actively seeking referrers and affiliates who could promote our TPS, CTPS, FPS and MPS screening services and in return receive a 25% share of the ongoing revenue.

Does your company operate in the Telemarketing, Call Center or Data sectors? or maybe your business already deals with companies that should be screening their cold call data? Either way, all you have to do is introduce them to us and as soon as they start using our system you will receive 25% of their monthly screening revenue for a period of 18 months.

If you are interested in this opportunity or would simply like to discuss the possibilities then please contact us for more information or download our standard referrer agreement here http://www.tpsservices.co.uk/become-tps-referrer.aspx

We also offer Mobile Number and Landline telephone number Validation services. A service that verifies mobile and landline numbers to increase connectivity. Another excellent opportunity to make repeat commissions.

Cold callers must display CLI

Friday 20 May 2016 News TPS Services

CLI stands for “Caller Line Identification”, in other words your phone number.Whether you feel that showing your CLI when you’re making calls is a good or a bad thing, the fact is that the decision has been made and legislation is on its way to force companies making calls to show a valid CLI or else face the wrath of OFCOM and the Information Commissioners Office (ICO).The Department of Culture Media and Sport recently published its consultation on requiring companie...

Amber UPVC Fabrications fined £50,000 by ICO for cold calling

Wednesday 22 July 2015 News TPS Services

The ICO makes its point very clear... The ICO said that due to the nature of the business of Amber Windows and the fact that it relied heavily on telemarketing, and the fact that the issue of unsolicited calls was widely publicised by the press as being a problem, it is reasonable to suppose that they should have been aware of their responsibilities in this area and aware that there was a high risk of contravention.The ICO also said that it was a necessary step for a business ...

Direct Assist Ltd fined £80,000 for TPS Breaches

Sunday 12 April 2015 News TPS Services

Direct Assist Ltd (a personal injury claims company) has been fined £80,000 by the ICO for making direct marketing calls to people without their consent.Between January 2013 and July 2014, the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) together with the ICO received 801 complaints about the company which offered access to solicitors for personal injury insurance claims.Every complaint received came from someone who was registered with the Telephone Preference Service (TPS).One complainant who was...

PLT Anti-Marketing Ltd charges to 'block calls' still trading, despite government attempts to close it down.

Friday 27 March 2015 News TPS Services

Attempts to close down PLT Anti-Marketing Ltd, which charges £4 a month to stop junk mail and block unwanted calls, is still caught up in a legal wrangle with the UK Government. PLT Anti Marketing wants to be allowed to tell customers that it uses the free services (TPS and MPS) to block unwanted mail and calls – but not that the services are available for free. It wants to be able to continue deceiving consumers into paying for a service that is not only...

ICO gears up for aggressive fine campaign in 2015 - Part 2

Friday 21 November 2014 News TPS Services

Introduction In Part 1 we made you aware of the impending changes to the way in which fines for breaching TPS regulations were going to operate. Now we cover the kind of action that the ICO can take against your business if you fail to operate proper call screening procedures. The problem Where a consumer feels that they have received an unwanted marketing call, they can register their concern with the ICO by phone or online. The ICO has a dedicated team that c...

Why Use TPS Services for your TPS Screening requirements? (509kb)

This very simple and straight forward brochure explains why TPS Services is different from many other organisations offering TPS Screening services and why we feel your business would benefit from our services.

Three Simple Steps to Compliant Telemarketing (1166kb)

This brochure explains all about why your business should be looking to check its outbound data against the Telephone Preference Service register prior to calling.

It explains the legal aspects, how failing to check your data might affect your regulatory standing with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ... more

Integrate your systems with our TPS Services using our API documentation (715kb)

This document will help you integrate TPS Services into your CRM system, Contact Management, Dialler, other in-house or third party system.

This document should contain all the information and code you require to implement systems integration with TPS Services, but if you need any assistance plea... more

Quick Start Guide To TPS Screening (2596kb)

This is a simple step-by-step guide to help you understand what kind of data we can accept and screen for you and what causes us problems (and therefore will affect your results).

The Data Protection Act (1998) (1539kb)

Like any law, the Data Protection Act is a complex read. If you have a serious data protection issue you should seek proper legal advice from an appropriately quali?ed solicitor.

A guide to UK landline STD dialling codes (574kb)

This document details each STD code in the UK and it's geographic location.

If you're looking to create campaigns based on geographic areas you might find this document helpful.

We've also provided a version in Microsoft Excel (XLS) for download.

Information Commissioners Office (ICO) Guide to Direct Marketing (641kb)

The ICO has issued guidance to firms making marketing calls, within which, how and what to screen against the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) and other registers is addressed.