Telemarketing: too often, it comes down to humans versus machines.
When telemarketers and debt-collectors have their computers robocalling your phone, nonstop—when they disturb your peace, interrupt your quiet, invade your living rooms, and disturb your family dinners, time and time again—it can be a nightmare.
But Federal law—the Telephone Consumer Protection Act—says that businesses can’t robocall your cell phone without your prior express consent. They can’t keep calling after you’ve told them to stop. They can’t place unsolicited telemarketing calls to your Do-Not-Call registered landline. They can’t text you with advertising messages unless you’ve given them permission. They can’t keep blowing up your cellphone after you told them that they have the wrong number. If they do, you can sue, and potentially recover up to $1,500 per call.
Many want to participate in class-action lawsuits against these callers, but just don’t know how to get started. The answer is simple: if you can identify a legitimate U.S. business as the caller, let us know about it. If they are breaking the law, we will take them to court.
The attorneys behind Consumer-Classactions.com have used the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to recover hundreds of millions of dollars for millions of consumers, ending countless unwanted calls while charging no out-of-pocket expenses whatsoever.
Our mission is to take dinnertime back. Here’s how you can stand with us in the war against the telemarketing machines:
- Start a class action lawsuit against robocallers, debt collectors, and telemarketers, at NO out-of-pocket cost to you.
- Stop the calls, once and for all, for you and for others like you.
- Get up to $1,500 per call, plus a potential additional incentive award for helping others!
- We evaluate cases for free, and we prosecute cases on a 100% contingency basis, so we only get paid if you win.
Here are some common scenarios that can result in potential claims:
- A debt-collector calls you at your cellphone. You hear a noticeable pause before you are connected to a live person. They got your number by mistake, through a skip-trace, and ask for someone you do not know. It is illegal to use a machine to autodial a cellphone without prior express consent from the actual cellphone subscriber, so you may be entitled to $1,500.
- A survey company calls you at your cellphone to ask about your opinions on electricity options. Again, you notice a pause before being connected to a live person. If you never consented to this call, you may be entitled to $1,500.
- You once bought something from a large company that is now calling your cellphone for the 15th time to sell you something new that you do not want. You told them months ago to never call you again. The company must respect your do-not-call instructions; if it did not, you may be entitled to $1,500 per call.
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act is there to protect people. There is no need to put up with these calls. If they are calling you, they are probably calling others, too.
When telemarketers and debt collectors know the law and yet violate it anyway, they deserve to get sued. If they get sued enough, eventually they might stop.
Join us, along with millions of others, in the fight to take dinnertime back. If you’ve received unsolicited calls from debt collectors, marketers, or other companies, let us know today by filling out the form on the right.
When you submit the form, your information is sent to our attorneys, who have helped consumers recover millions of dollars from companies that won’t stop calling.
Stop the calls. Now is your chance to take dinnertime back. Don’t miss out.
Contact us today.