STOP UNWANTED CALLS, TEXTS, AND PRERECORDED MESSAGES TO YOUR CELL PHONE NOW
Receiving unwanted calls, texts, and messages to your cell phone? Have you told them to stop, but the calls, texts, and messages to your cell phone continue?
Have you received calls, texts, or prerecorded messages to the wrong cell phone number?
Have you received automated or debt collector calls from Navient, SAC (Student Assistance Corporation) or Student Loans or any other bank or organization? WE CAN HELP!
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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) (47 U.S.C. § 227) is a federal statute that prohibits debt collectors, banks, and businesses from contacting your cell phone through the use of unsolicited calls, texts, or prerecorded messages to your cellular phone without your prior express written consent. These calls, texts, or prerecorded messages are also known as “automated calls,” “robo calls,” “spam calls,” “spam text,” “spam text messages,” “mobile spam,” “wireless spam,” “nuisance calls” or “unsolicited calls.”
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Have you received calls, texts, or prerecorded messages to your cell phone from a debt collector, bank, or business that were intended for another person? If you are receiving unwanted calls, texts, or messages made to your cellular telephone in error, and you are not the intended person, you may have a claim for damages under the TCPA. Debt collectors, banks and businesses routinely contact persons who did not provide their cell phone numbers or have an account or relationship with the debt collectors, banks, or businesses.
Often, these unwanted calls, texts, or messages were intended for the collection of an account of another person. For example, debt collectors will mistakenly call a person with the same or similar name to the intended debtor or customer.
The TCPA makes these activities illegal and you may recover between $500 to $1,500 for each unauthorized call, text, or prerecorded message made to your cell phone. Contact The Law Firm of Sadlowski & Besse L.C.C. now for a free, confidential consultation to determine if you have a claim for damages for receiving unwanted calls, texts, or prerecorded messages to your cell phone.
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