The TCPA Protects You. Let Us Take Action When Creditors Call Again And Again.
Are you getting sick of annoying and costly auto dials or auto texts? Auto calls could mean solicitations or harassment from prerecorded robovoices, or it could mean that a live person is calling you using automated telephone equipment. Either way, these calls can get very frustrating very quickly.
If you are frustrated by harassing collection calls, you should know that a law called the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) protects you. Because of the TCPA, you don't have to stand for harassment. At the Law Office of Paul Mankin, our attorneys can help you take action by enforcing your rights under the law.
Our San Diego area law firm is dedicated to helping people throughout Southern California take legal action to hold creditors accountable for breaking the law. Many of the people we represent are being harassed by creditors who are violating the TCPA. We get the calls to stop, and we get them compensation for the harm they have experienced.
What Happens If Your Creditor Is Found Guilty Of Violating The TCPA?
If the company calling you is found guilty of violating the TCPA, it could be charged a monetary fine of $500 per call. If it is determined that it was a willful violation and that the company continually violated the rules, that fine could increase to $1,500 per call.
Over time, this really adds up. That's why it's important to keep track of the phone calls you receive from your creditors. Note the time of the calls, the numbers they used and what happened. Keep track of any harassing faxes or other contact from debt collectors too.
Our law office is currently in the midst of a large class action suit against T-Mobile, which was harassing one of our clients with robocalls for an unpaid bill that was not his.