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TCPA Deal: Mortgage Lender Settles $6.3M Suit

TCPA Deal: Mortgage Lender Settles $6.3M Suit

In a recent TCPA deal, AmeriSave Mortgage Corp. is agreeing to pay a $6.25 million fine to settle claims that the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) via sending illegal calls and text messages to consumers. According to the suit, AmeriSave...

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FCC Urged to Move Along TCPA Autodialer Ruling

FCC Urged to Move Along TCPA Autodialer Ruling

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, along with groups representing various industries including banking and retail, are putting pressure on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to finalize their definition of what constitutes as an autodialer under the Telephone...

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FTC: Assisting Illegal Telemarketing is Against the Law

FTC: Assisting Illegal Telemarketing is Against the Law

The Federal Trade Commission has alerted 19 Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service providers that “assisting and facilitating” illegal robocalls or telemarketing actions is illegal. “VoIP service providers play a unique role in the robocall ecosystem, allowing...

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Supreme Court Declines to Review Dish $61M TCPA Verdict

Supreme Court Declines to Review Dish $61M TCPA Verdict

Last Monday the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a $61 million Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) case verdict implicating Dish Network in making thousands of illegal telemarketing calls. The telecom giant is set to face penalties of around $1,200 per each...

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FCC: Emailed Faxes are Exempt from the TCPA

FCC: Emailed Faxes are Exempt from the TCPA

On Monday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) released a ruling declaring that junk fax suits can’t be aimed at companies that send out “online faxes” – as long as the messages aren’t also delivered to a fax machine. The FCC clarified that the Telephone...

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Telemarketer Faces $3.2M Judgment by FTC

Telemarketer Faces $3.2M Judgment by FTC

Last Tuesday a Florida federal judge inked a $3.15 million judgment against a telemarketer that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sued for making robocalls selling credit card services. Higher Goals Marketing, as well as affiliate Sunshine Freedom Services LLC and...

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Autodialer Definition is Too Broad, Says Trade Organizations

Autodialer Definition is Too Broad, Says Trade Organizations

Several trade associations are backing Facebook, arguing that the courts have broadened the Telephone Consumer Protection Act’s (TCPA’s) autodialer definition too far, and they believe the Supreme Court should step in. Examining the TCPA’s Autodialer Definition Two...

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House and Senate Unite Anti-Robocall Legislation

House and Senate Unite Anti-Robocall Legislation

On Friday the House and Senate committee leaders announced a deal combining two versions of anti-robocall legislation, making the bill ready for White House approval. The Pallone-Thune TRACED Act will combine provisions from both the Stopping Bad Robocalls Act,...

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FCC’s Plans for Reassigned Numbers Database Delayed

FCC’s Plans for Reassigned Numbers Database Delayed

The Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC’s) plan to establish a single reassigned numbers database has been delayed until next year. In December 2018, the FCC adopted the rule creating a reassigned numbers database which would be administered by a third party....

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