Stop Unwanted Robocalls
Counsel from Our Creditor Abuse Attorney in CA, NV, NJ, and NY
Have you been receiving phone calls from to your home or cell phone from
debt collectors? Robocalls are computer-generated phone calls or even
text messages and have been known to call excessively at odd or inconvenient
hours. These computer generated phone calls often have a live person on
the other end of the phone once you answer the call.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) is a federally mandated regulation
that protects consumers from
creditor harassment through phone calls or other electronic medium. The law places strict
limits on the use of robocalling and will penalize creditors, collectors,
and lenders from using abusive practices to collect on debts. If you believe
that a collector has violated these laws, you can take action to protect yourself.
Contact Price Law Group today to see how we can help you!
What Is Considered Illegal?
creditor abuse lawyers are here to keep you informed about the laws, including what your
rights are under the TCPA. Computer generated calls can result in fines
of $500.00 for every phone call and $1,500.00 for willful violations of
the law. Creditors need your express written consent to call you on your
cell phone using an Automatic Telephone Dialing System (Robocall). Our
experienced lawyers can help you understand your rights.
These are some examples of robocall harassment:
- Robocalls made between before 8:00 am or after 9:00 pm
- Calls to your cell phone without your written consent
- Calls to your cell phone after you have asked the caller to stop (even
if you previously gave written consent).
If your phone number is registered under the federal, Do Not Call (DNC)
registry, which protects consumers from harassing phone calls once this
phone is registered. Any attempts to contact from robocallers is in violation
of the TCPA.
How Can I Protect Myself?
Recognize first the signs that a robocaller is attempting to contact you.
You can recognize a robocaller instantly the minute you answer the phone.
You might hear clicking sounds or music before a person speaks with you.
For legal protection, we at Price Law Group urge you to contact our creditor
abuse attorneys. We serve Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Kansas,
Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania
and Washington and fight to end creditor abuses for our clients.
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