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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) was passed by Congress in 1991 to protect consumers from invasions of privacy via unsolicited, electronic means. The TCPA is a powerful weapon against debt collectors and telemarketers and violators pay $500 per call, and sometimes even more! If you are receiving automated calls on your cell phone, you could be entitled to $500.00 per call if you never gave your cell phone number to anyone and/or asked the caller to stop calling.
The TCPA is a complicated law and Tammy Hussin is a well experienced TCPA lawyer. Tammy has been litigating TCPA claims for years and has a stellar reputation for achieving excellent results. Hussin Law has the know how, and is certain to aggressively go after TCPA violators to ensure that clients are restored their privacy and receive their entitlements under the law.
An automated call is essentially a call placed not by a human being, but instead by technology and predictive dialers. It is either automatically or mindlessly placed with the hopes that calling enough times will help a creditor or debt collector get through to a consumer. Automated calls made without your consent are illegal.
It’s not always easy to determine whether a call is automated. Here are some clues to indicate the calls are automated:
If you experience or witness any of the above during calls from telemarketers, creditors, mortgage servicers, or debt collectors, it’s very important to keep good records of the calls. When a caller is faced with a penalty of $500 per call, often times they will lie to avoid paying. Keeping an accurate call log allows you to build your case to help prove that the calls you are getting are Automated Calls. You should keep a record of the date and time of every call, the telephone number of the caller. You also need to keep record of what you heard when answered the call so you can help prove the calls are automated. Your attention to detail could be worth thousands of dollars to you, so be sure to document the calls.
Most callers are not so foolish to leave an automated voicemail message unless they had consent to call. But if you do get an automated voicemail message, do not delete it. Save it and contact an attorney or Hussin Law for help on how to save the message and preserve it for use in your case. If you have debt collection voicemails on your cell phone that have any of the above characteristics. The voice mails will be used to help build your case and end the harassment, and could lead to an award for you of $500 per call.
If you are receiving automated calls, the TCPA only applies if the calls are made without your consent. Sometimes it’s not so easy to remember whether you gave consent to be called. It is always a good idea to pick up the phone and tell the caller you do not wish to be called, and very important to keep record of the date and time of the call. Here are some helpful tips:
In the smart-phone era, marketers and their affiliates use text messages to market their products and services and well as solicit new subscribers or customers. Many times, these marketers and their affiliates will have text message “campaigns” that are set up and sent out to consumers all across the United States, if not the world. If you have not expressly requested this service, the unwanted or unrequested text message (i.e., Spam text) could be the basis for a violation of the TCPA and could be worth $500.00 per text to you.
Even if you did sign up for a text message service, you do have the right to terminate or end the service. Generally, this can be accomplished by “opting out” of the service via a response text of “STOP” or you may call the company’s customer service number and request to be removed from their list. If you have signed up for a text message service and have since ended the program, each continued text could again be worth $500.00 per text. If you have received text or SMS messages to your cellular telephone that you did not request or you continue to receive text or SMS messages to your cell phone after terminating your subscription, please save the text, take notes around its receipt.