Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) says that agencies and telemarketers cannot contact consumers without their consent or permission; this applies to:

  1. Mobile phones or cell phone;
  2. Text messages or SMS messages;
  3. Home phones or Household phone lines; and
  4. Fax lines.

TCPA also limits companies from calling individuals who already signed up to a Do-Not-Call PC Registry. If you have received unsolicited faxes, telemarketing calls, texts or prerecorded or autodialed calls, you may be able to bring a suit against the offender. Carpenter & Schumacher, PC's experienced attorneys are ready to assist you in stopping these unwanted (and illegal) communications, and will help you determine whether you have a claim for damages. Complete the "Get a Free Consultation" contact form on this webpage to STOP the calls and START your claim review immediately.

RoboCaling and Text Spam Checklist

FCC Report on Robo Calls

US Court of Appeals

Telephone Consumer Protection Act

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