They typically answer quickly & the representatives are knowledgable & helpful.
Your home very likely appears on hundreds if not thousands of websites containing real estate data.
During the listing conversation with the listin agent, the seller was asked, "Do you wanted to promote your home in the internet on aggregare websites"" Many folks actually think real buyers exist on Trulia and Zillow and resond "YES." What you are expereincing is the result of a YES resonse. It is not reasonable to expect an agent to have an account on hundreds of not thousands of aggregare websites simply to police what these folks are doing. Imagine how much time that would take. Then comes the reality that many of the data fields are restriced from agent access so they may not be able to edit or delete after all the effort.
Now, when you talk to your friends who are thinking of selling or when you are ready to sell your home, all of you should give serious thought to promoting on the internet (aggregage websites) and have your agent discuss the better alternatives. Your home is on hundreds of websites....forever.
In this case, you should contact your attorney.
But the Truia staff may remove it before you have a chance to do anything meaningful.