Has this mortgage company been calling you non-stop?
Instead of throwing your phone across the room, take action. What they’re doing may be considered illegal and you could benefit. On October 16, 2013, a federal law went in to effect, banning companies from calling, texting, or faxing you using using autodialing or automated messaging without prior express written consent.
If you believe you’re receiving calls without having given prior written consent, you may be eligible to earn up to $1,500 per call or text. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is in place to protect consumers from receiving unwanted calls, texts, and faxes, but telemarketing companies won’t stop until you take action. The following numbers may be used by Quicken Loans:
Don’t let them get away with repetitive phone calls!
Quicken Loans is known to called several times a day, leaving customers messages if they do not answer. Many are not sure how Quicken got a hold of their number and they have been a continuous nuisance. Disregarding the Do Not Call list has been an issue with Quicken in the past and this continues to be an issue. With a company this persistent, it’s time for consumers to take a stand against these practices.
Contact us today. Join us in the fight against telemarketers in violation of the TCPA. By filling out the form, you are agreeing to receiving a phone call from a lawyer who will delve deeper in to your case.
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This number is Quicken Loans calling their own customers. Customers say they call up to five times per day.