Does an auto insurance company keep calling your cell phone?
If you’ve had enough constant interruptions in your daily life from frustrating telemarketing callers, it’s time to take a stand. As of October 16, 2013, many telemarketing calls could be considered illegal.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act states that telemarketers must get prior express written consent from the consumers they call. If the company is using an auto dialing or automated message technology, they may be at fault and you could receive between $500 and $1500 per call, text, or fax. Complaining won’t stop telemarketers, taking action will. Take action against the following phone numbers that may have been used by Elephant Auto Insurance:
Stand up to illegal telemarketing practice!
You may not have filled out your information with Elephant but if you have recently filled out your information on-line, it’s likely Elephant has contacted you. They pay other companies to get ahold of your information so they can contact you vying for your business. This practice can be extremely frustrating and certainly does not make you want to sign up with the company. Even worse, customers have complained the company has been relentless with calls.
If you are sick of receiving calls from Elephant yet they ignore your asking to be removed from your list, it’s time to take further measure. Fill out the form to the right and we will contact you today to begin your case. We can help you take down telemarketers.
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Consumers complain of continuing to receive calls from this insurance company non-stop, several times per day.