If you're getting robo-called illegally, you may be able to recover between $500 and $1,500 per call.
It’s 9 a.m. and you've already been bombarded by your third robocall of the day. How is this even possible? These irritating calls have resulted from new technology that allows banks, telemarketers and debt collectors to reach consumers using automated dialers and prerecorded messages.
Robocalls and related scams interrupt us. They also invade our privacy. More often than not, these unwanted calls are more than mere annoyances; they are illegal.
You may have a robocall case if you:
Have received repeated debt collection calls to your cell phone.
Have received unwanted solicitation calls to your home.
Have received repeated calls asking for the wrong person.
Have received a “Spam” text message to your cell phone.
Federal law restricts robocalling. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) helps consumers from being victims of constant, unwanted robocalls. Under the TCPA, robocalls to cellular phones are not allowed without consent of the party being called. Despite this, many businesses still continue to do it
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. We can help you determine if you are eligible for a case and can walk you through the entire process every step of the way.
Take the first step towards a successful recovery by contacting us for a free case review. When we say free, we mean exactly that. After an attorney personally listens to the details of your situation, we’ll discuss your rights and options. You won’t be obligated to use our law firm, and you’d owe us nothing for this service.
In many situations, we are able to offer to represent our clients on a “contingency fee” basis. In other words, we front all costs for your case and only collect a fee if we win. And, we work tenaciously to do that for you. We’ll help you get maximum compensation for your losses and suffering that result from violations of your rights.