Have You Received Unwanted Calls (or Text Messages) On Your Cell Phone?
You May Be Entitled To Collect $500 to $1,500 For Unwanted Calls From Companies That Used Automated Dialing/Messaging To Reach You (Robocalls)
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Why You May Be Eligible to Receive $500 to $1,500 Per Call (or Text Message) From Companies Illegally Contacting You Through Robocalls & Autodialers...
What Are Robocalls & Autodialers?
Companies will often use software-based technology to automatically dial and call large lists of phone numbers for various purposes.
"Autodialer" is a term describing this technology that automatically calls large lists of people.
Below is a graphical illustration of an autodialer rapidly making calls to a list of numbers...
What Are Robocalls?
The term, "robocall" was coined to describe a phone call that was dialed automatically by machine (ie. an autodialer).
Many times, robocalls greet you with a slight pause of silence after you pick up the call. Other times you may hear a pre-recorded message, or are asked to select an option on the keypad.
Robocalls can also immediately try to connect you with a real, live human being.
A national "do not call list" was developed in attempt to slow the abuse of robocalls and autodialing in telemarketing, however many corporations continue to violate the Do Not Call List so that it does not work, and consumers are filing complaints and reporting this abuse.
What Conditions May Qualify Me For The $500 to $1,500 Per Call (or Text Message) Reward?
Unwanted and illegal robocalls that companies make using an autodialer are subject to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) law.
If any of the following conditions or scenarios have occurred with you, you may be eligible to seek compensation:
You never gave written consent to a company to call you using automated dialers and you are receiving automated calls (robocalls), voicemails or text messages (ie. robocalls).
One time you made an inquiry to a travel agency and they (without your written permission) added your number to their automated dialer to regularly call you for solicitation and promotions.
You've received calls, voicemails or text messages from a company looking for someone that IS NOT you (ie. wrong number).
A debt collection company is calling your number trying to reach someone else who used to have your phone number.
You continue to receive calls, voicemails or text messages from a company after asking them to stop contacting you (ie. do not call list, etc.)
You told a company to stop calling you (ie. “please put me on your ‘do not call’ list”) but they continue to do so despite.
What Law Is This?
The United States government enacted a law named the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) in 1991 to defend consumers from unwanted solicitation.
This law requires companies to have written consent from a person before they are allowed to use autodialers, robocalls, or other automated methods to reach them via phone or text message.
The Law: $500 to $1,500 Per Violation
The government specifically allowed consumers to seek financial compensation from companies that violate the TCPA laws.
In an effort to curb the unlawful use of autodialers and robocalling, the TCPA law allows victims to sue offending companies for $500 to $1,500 per call or per text message that violates TCPA.
How Do I know The Calls I’ve Received Are Robocalls or Are The Result of An Autodialer?
Here are the common giveaways that the phone call you received was autodialed or was a robocall...
What About Voicemails & Text Messages?
Unwanted voicemails and text messages are equally eligible for compensation and we are accepting these cases as well.
Many companies use illegal automation to leave voicemails and send text messages. Consumers are protected from these acts as well under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
How To Seek Financial Compensation
As the potential recipient of unwanted autodialed calls or messages, you may be eligible to pursue financial compensation as the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) law allows.
How It Works:
We are offering free legal consultations for people who have received two or more unwanted calls, voicemails or text messages from a company.
During the free consultation, our attorneys will determine your eligibility and let you know if you are able to pursue the $500 to $1,500 per call/message compensation.
Filing Your Claim...
Once your eligibility is determined, you have the option of having our attorneys build your case.
We gather phone records and file a TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act) lawsuit against the violating entities.
Our No-Risk Guarantee...
It is 100% free with zero-risk to get a free legal consultation with our lawyers to determine your eligibility to seek financial compensation for unwanted calls or text messages you may have received.
Further, our law firm works entirely on contingency -- meaning we advance the costs of your case (so you don’t have to put any money up to start) and we only collect a fee based on a percentage of whatever you win or are awarded.
In other words, if we don’t recover money for you, you don’t owe us anything.
GET STARTED NOW:
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