Enforce Your Rights: $500 Per Call
Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) companies can only robodial you if it got your permission. This generally means that you gave them your cell number when you signed the application and never asked someone to stop calling.
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$500 Per Illegal Cell Phone Call
Just how it sounds: I can get you between $500 and $1,500 for each illegal cell phone call under the TCPA.
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What are Robocalls?
Robocalls or robocalls are calls made with the help of a computer that can call thousands of telephone numbers at a time. Sometimes these calls are called automated dialers or atds. They are used for telemarketing purposes and debt collection. If you ever answer a telephone call and there is a pre-recorded message, then you are on a call that used an auto dialer. If you ever answer your cell phone and hear a delay before the person comes on the line, that is likely the use of a computer assisted call or robocall. If you are getting cell phone calls by an auto dialer, contact my office to assist you because you may have a claim under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or TCPA. Recently, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the 2015 Omnibus Declaratory Ruling discussed dialing rules to cell phones. The impact on robocall lawsuits and robocall settlements is huge. This article will help you learn how to stop robocalls and spam cell phone calls today.
What is Consent under the TCPA?
The law requires express consent to be called. Generally, that is written consent when you fill out an application. That can also include verbal consent.
Who is getting the calls?
The called person is the important person when dealing with autodialed calls and prerecorded calls and messages to your cellular telephone line.
How did they find my telephone number to robocall me in the first place?
If you did not give it to them, they probably found it on your credit report or hired a company to locate it.
Should you use a robocall blocking app?
I say do not use them. I would answer the call to find out who it is. Then, I would ask myself if I gave them permission or do I need to take it away. If you are getting calls from a scammer, just tell them you think it’s scam, and hang up. If they are a scammer, then they will just move on. No good robocall lawsuit comes from scammers. Therefore, I would not use a robocall blocking app unless you are positive
We also help consumers with:
You signed up for a credit card using your home phone number. Later, they start to call your cell phone. You are wondering how they found your number. You may have a claim for a violation of the TCPA.
American Collection Services
Bank of America
Collection Information Bureau
Commonwealth Financial Systems
Credit One Bank, N.A.
Enhanced Recovery Company
GE Retail Capital Bank
Global Healthcare Management LLC
Midland Credit Management
National Credit Adjustments
One Source Medical Supply, LLC
Pinnacle Security LLC
Portfolio Recovery Associates
US Fast Cash
U.S. Healthcare Supply LLC
Take the Quiz: Are you owed money?
1. In the last 4 years, has a business called your cell phone multiple times?
Yes: Great. Go to the next question.
No: Sorry, but you do not have a claim regarding calls to your cell.
2. Did you ever put that number on the application or give them permission to call?
Yes: Skip to question #3.
No: You may have a claim. Calling your cell phone without permission may be illegal & you get up to $1,500 per call. These unwanted cell calls are the basis for a robocall lawsuit.
3. Did you take away permission (tell to stop calling)?
Yes: If they are calling after you told them to stop, then you may have a claim.
No: If you never told them to stop calling (and you want them to), think about doing so.
4. Have you told them to stop calling?
Yes: If you told them to stop calling, but they continue, you may have a claim. Go to #5.
No: If you never told them to stop calling (and you want them to), think about doing so. Otherwise, they will not stop collection calls to your cell.
5. Do you want me to turn those calls into money?
Yes: Call me at 770-775-0938. I can help you stop the harassing robocalls.
No: Best Wishes!