Unsolicited Message Class Action Lawsuit Investigation; Have You Been Affected by Ringless Voicemail, Prerecorded Messages, or Unsolicited Text Messages?
If you have received either a ringless voicemail, prerecorded message or unsolicited text message on your cellular telephone you may have a claim against the caller under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”). Accordingly, an investigation into a potential Unsolicited Message Class Action Lawsuit has been announced, and you can fill out this form to see if you qualify.
These messages may be coming from a variety of companies, such as:
- Car Dealerships
- Mortgage Companies
- Clothing Stores
- Department Stores
If you have received either a ringless voicemail message, a prerecorded message, or a text message from a retailer that you’ve never shopped with or never authorized to send you text messages or prerecorded/artificial voice messages, legal help is available! Importantly, if you have a copy of the Ringless Voicemail Message, Prerecorded Message, or Text Message, do not delete it!
Please see if you qualify to join this Unsolicited Message Class Action Lawsuit Investigation by filling out the short form on this page.
Your Rights Under The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was passed in 1991 and attempted to address the growing number of telemarketing calls that people were receiving around the country.
The TCPA specifically prohibits companies from using automated phone equipment to place calls to customers. Furthermore, the act also places limits on the use of prerecorded messages, text messages, voicemails, and fax machines.
What is a Ringless Voicemail?
Ringless Voicemail systems send mass prerecorded or artificial voice messages to cellphone voicemail boxes. These systems work by connecting the company’s call center with voicemail servers, and then dropping these messages directly into your voicemail box. If the voicemail message is left on a cellphone, the user will receive a notification on their cellphone of the voicemail message. Prior to receiving the voicemail message the cellphone may or may not have rung.
If these calls are crafted using a prerecorded or artificial voice to call someone on their cellphone without prior consent, however, these voicemails are illegal under federal law.
If you received a call that rings once followed by a voicemail, or a notification that you have a voicemail with no voice call associated with that voicemail, it is likely that you have been the target of a “ringless” voicemail, and you can take action today!
Unsolicited Text Messages may be a violation
The agency Congress delegated authority over the TCPA to, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), issued a ruling clarifying that consumers are entitled to protection under the TCPA for text message communications as well.
This means that companies that send unwanted advertising text messages or text message spam, to consumers without prior express written consent can be in violation of the TCPA.
Editor’s Note on the Unsolicited Message Class Action Lawsuit Investigation
If you believe to have been affected by one or more of these voice messages, please fill out the form provided, here. After you fill out the form, the attorney’s who have paid for this advertisement may contact you, if you qualify, to let you know if an individual lawsuit or class action lawsuit is best for you.
For more information on this matter, please shoot us an email to Outreach@ConsiderTheConsumer.com, find us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or even connect with us directly on our website! We look forward to hearing from all of you. Please note that this investigation piece has been sponsored by Eisenband Law, P.A., and Consider the Consumer has received compensation for such sponsorship.
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