Telephone Consumer Protection Act

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) was enacted to restrict unwanted electronic commercial communications. The TCPA limits solicitations commonly known as telemarketing. It also restricts use of certain autodialing technologies, pre-recorded “robocalls,” misuse of fax machines, and spam texts. TCPA requires identification and contact information to be included with messages sent using such devices. The TCPA also mandates business respect the National Do Not Call Registry. Plaintiffs may recover up to $1,500 per violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Debt collectors have been known to violate the act by aggressively using pre-recorded robo-calls to collect alleged debts.

If you have been a victim of an unlawful debt collection process, or have received unwanted pre-recorded calls and text messages from marketers or debt collectors, we would like to speak with you about your potential claims. Depending on the facts of your case, you may be entitled to statutory damages of up to $1,500 per call or text and other compensation.