Are you getting several calls a day from a company inquiring about your auto insurance? Do they continue to call when you’ve asked them to stop? Even calling the same day when you’ve asked them to stop?
There’s a good chance this company is violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). If you decide to take action against them, you could earn between $500 and $1,500 per call, text, or fax. If they’ve called you 20 times, that’s $10,000 on the low end!
The common ways telemarketers are violating the TCPA include the following:
- Contacting consumers at odd hours of the morning or evening.
- Contacting consumers who are listed on the Do Not Call Registry.
- Continuing to stay on the phone though the consumer did not answer after four rings.
- Continuing to call consumers who have asked to be removed from the telemarketing list.
These and other stipulations were instated in 2013 but many telemarketers continue to violate the terms of the TCPA, angering consumers and making telephone bills rise.
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Have you been contacted by this company? Some have reported receiving up to 20 calls a day and continuing to receive calls the same day they asked the company to stop calling. If you’ve been victim to this frustrated telemarketing practice, it’s time to take action today.
Contact the Lawyers of Hughes Ellzey LLP by filling out our web form! After you’ve filled out the form, our Lawyers will call you to discuss your case and take next steps to get you compensated. Best of all, we don’t see a penny until your case is won. Contact us today!