Debt Collectors Calling Your Cell TCPA

Spam Texting or Robo Calling your Cell?

When a company sends out spam text messages to you,
you can sue them for between $500 per text –
and up to $1500 per text if the company willfully violated the law.
This is the same law that forbids robo-dialing, robocalling and recorded messages to cell phone without your consent.

What Should You Do?

When you get spam text messages on your cell phone, call me at (619) 665-3888 or fill out the contact information below and submit it.
I’ll get back in touch with you today or at the latest tomorrow.

After you call or contact me we’ll talk about your options and then you can decide how you want to go from there.
If you decide to hire me, I’ll investigate if and how we will sue the company calling you.
Your first 15 minute consultation is free.
No matter what, it won’t cost you anything unless and until we get a settlement for you.

Secondly save as many messages as you can.
Remember each text or call could be worth from $500 to $1500 to you.
For more pointers on gathering and preserving evidence for your case
CLICK HERE -> Gathering and Preserving Evidence for Your Case.

Here’s the law they are violating.

Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, CLICK HERE FOR COPY -> (“TCPA”) and Federal Communications Commission regulations,

it is illegal for a company to send text messages to or robo-dial your cell phone
unless the consumer gave consent to receive the message or the message was sent for emergency reasons. See Satterfield v. Simon and Schuster, Inc. *
This applies even if the consumer has not placed their cell phone on the Do-Not-Call list.

* In the case of Satterfield v. Simon and Schuster, Inc. a federal court of appeals ruled that texting is as much a violation of the TCPA as calls. (Also see 2003 TCPA Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 14115, para. 165 (noting that text messaging is a form of communication used primarily between telephones and is therefore consistent with the definition of a “call”).

Simply stated, the court held that a “text” is the same as a “call,” and that the damages of $500 to $1500 per call applied to text messages including spam.

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