Telephone Consumer Protection Act

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) regulates telemarketing calls, prerecorded marketing calls, auto-dialed calls, text messages, and faxes. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is empowered to issue rules and regulations implementing the TCPA.   Violations of the TCPA can lead to penalties that range from $500 to $1,500 per violation.  However, depending on the facts of the case, the repercussions of a single TCPA violation may not be enough to induce change in the way a violator conducts its business.  In certain cases, a class-action lawsuit may be the key to holding violators accountable.

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Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Robocalls

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Telephone Consumer Protection Act, Robocalls

Federal Law prohibits telemarketers and collection companies from making unsolicited prerecorded calls to your landline home telephone. It also prohibits all auto dialed or prerecorded calls or text messages to your cell phone by telemarketers.

Spam Text and Junk Fax

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Spam Text and Junk Fax

Have you gotten a text message from an unknown sender? Most likely you have, you are victim of spam. Spam can be transmitted to you via email, cell phone or fax. Violators can be fined from anywhere from $1,000 and up.

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