New technology allows banks, telemarketers and debt collectors to reach consumers using automated dialers and prerecorded messages. More importantly, these calls invade a consumer’s privacy without any way to stop the calls.
You may have a robo-dialing case if you:
Federal law restricts robo-dialing. Despite this, many businesses still continue to do it. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act helps consumers from being victims of constant, unwanted robo-dialing. Under the TCPA, robo-dialing to cellular phones is not allowed without consent of the party being called.
If you are getting robo-dialed illegally, you may be able to recover between $500 and $1,500 per call. This can be substantial if you keep receiving calls from the same company. Our attorneys can help you determine if you are eligible for a case and can walk you through the entire process every step of the way.
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Much like robo-dialing, debt collectors and solicitors may not automatically text you without your consent. If you continue to get automated texts after you have requested that they be discontinued, an attorney may be able to help you file suit.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act prohibits telephone solicitations if you have registered on the “Do Not Call Registry.” If you have received solicitation calls that sound like robotic, pre-recorded messages, you may have a case under the TCPA. If you do not want to receive solicitation calls, you should register on the “Do Not Call Registry” and keep a record of the calls to your phone. If you are still receiving calls, you should contact an attorney about these invasions of your privacy.
If you have told the debt collection company or solicitor to stop calling you and you still continue to receive automated phone calls, you may have a case under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
If you recently changed your number or got a new phone, you may have inherited someone’s old phone number. This person may have debt collectors or solicitors calling them regularly. If you tell the robo-dialing companies to stop calling you and they still continue, they are in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. An attorney can help identify violations of the TCPA and get you compensation for invasions of your privacy.
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In this important educational series, Michigan consumer law attorney Ian Lyngklip of Lyngklip & Associates discusses important considerations regarding Robo Calls and Auto-Dialers.