The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) and other related laws prohibit businesses and individuals from advertising through unsolicited faxes to your e-fax or regular fax machine.
Under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), penalties for junk faxes violations can range between $500 and $1,500 per violation (EACH junk fax)
The TCPA also restricts telephone solicitations (i.e., telemarketing) and the use of automated telephone equipment.
If you believe you have been a victim of junk fax make sure you do the following:
The TCPA exists to protect you from the annoyance, nuisance, and invasions of privacy that comes from telemarketers who spam your fax machine or e-fax. If you want us to report the unwanted texts, we will attempt to track down the sender and help you recover $500-$1,500 for each and every text!
We help individuals collect against telemarketers and put a stop to these unlawful marketing campaigns with robocalls or robofaxes, all while compensating you for your annoyance, nuisance and invasion of privacy.
Report the spam message to us using the form at the top of the page.
After you get in touch with one of the attorneys at our firm, we will coordinate a phone call with you to discuss specifics of your text and/or spam call and explain the process of how to go and collect up to $1,500 per spam text/call.
For the convenience of our clients, we have access to office facilities throughout California. We aim to make it easier for our clients to meet with us near their homes for initial case intakes and other matters. If you need transportation, we can arrange it in most matters. If you are calling for representation, we will visit you personally in your home or office, at your convenience. Please call us to find out more information about the location nearest your home.
Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome
A settlement was reached on behalf of non-exempt security guards in California alleging wage and hour claims, including but not limited to minimum wage, overtime, meal breaks, rest breaks, wage statement and waiting time penalties, and additional violations of the applicable Labor Codes and Wage Order(s).
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Warehouse worker alleged minimum wage, overtime, meal and rest break violations in a class action against her employer, a large agricultural manufacturer, distributor and retailer. Plaintiff and defendant have agreed to a class settlement of $4.1 million.
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