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Michigan TCPA/Robocalls Lawyer

You need our help if: A debt collector using an automated phone system has been calling you repeatedly in an attempt to collect on a debt that is not yours. These automated calls, known as "robocalls," are illegal unless you have expressly consented to the calls. A business is soliciting you through prerecorded or artificial voice messages left on your cell or home phone. Most of these calls are illegal. If businesses are tying up your phone lines with unwanted sales calls, or if you are being harassed by robocalling debt collectors or telemarketers, Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC, can sue them on your behalf.

Oakland County Telephone Consumer Protection Act/TCPA Attorney

Debt collectors, banks and businesses often misuse automatic automated calling technology to harass people. However, the Telephone Consumers Protection Act (TCPA) prohibits the use of auto dialers to cellphones without the consent of the party being called.

If a company uses this auto-dialing technology illegally that person may recover between $500 and $1,500 per call.

At Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC, we understand the frustration incessant telephone calls can cause. We also know that — whether or not you actually owe a debt — convincing creditors to voluntarily stop calling you is nearly impossible. It usually requires legal force.

How We Solve the Robocall Problem | Michigan Robocalls and Collections Attorney

Our message to robocallers is plain: "Break the law and we will sue you."

We hold companies who harass consumers in violation of the TCPA accountable.

As attorneys, we understand the valuable role these lawsuits play in ensuring that we all can enjoy a quiet dinner with our families, without repeated calls from a company that we have never done business with. Congress has given us back our dinner hour, and the TCPA is the tool we use to fight companies that break the law.

We understand that it is wrong for businesses to invade your peace and privacy with their automated sales calls, and we can help you. More importantly for our clients, we understand the value these lawsuits can have for individual consumers. If you were damaged by a creditor who broke the law, if you want to restore your privacy, we can help. We see our job as achieving the full measure of that compensation for our clients and preserving their peace and privacy.

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Lyngklip & Associates provides a free initial consultation to its prospective clients. To schedule a private meeting with one of our experienced Michigan robocall attorneys, contact us by e-mail or call our office at 248-208-8864.

Our office is conveniently located on the Northwestern Highway service drive, with easy access from 696, 275, I-75 and the Southfield Freeway. We handle all auto dialer harassment claims on a contingency basis. You will only pay us if we recover compensation on your claim.

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May 27, 2014
Last week, U.S. District Judge Joseph R. Goodwin certified a nationwide class action brought by Lyngklip & Associates, along with three other law firms. The class consists of consumers for whom Quicken Loans, Inc. failed to timely provide required notices under the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Lyngklip & Associates alleged that the FCRA required Quicken to provide a copy of the credit scores used by Quicken Loans along with a notice of the consumers’ rights, and required that Quicken do so “as soon as reasonably practicable.” The class complaint alleged that Quicken Loans improperly delayed sending these notices.

The certification of the matter as a class is the first step towards resolving the matter for more than 300,000 potential Quicken Loans customers. The ruling does not resolve merits of the claims, but does clear the way for a class-wide adjudication. Lyngklip & Associates has requested that the Court award statutory, actual, and punitive damages for each of the class members.

You can read a copy of judge Goodwin’s ruling here.

April 16, 2014
Thirty-two state attorneys general file an amicus curiae brief objecting to the class settlement in Vassalle et. al. v Midland Funding LLC. See Michigan Consumer Law’s Objections to Class Settlement as well.

March 6, 2014
The Michigan Bar Journal publishes Preventing Credit Damage in Divorce Cases by Ian Lyngklip and Gary Victor.
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November 8, 2013
National Consumer Law Center Annual Conference, Crystal City, VA. ABCs of Fair Credit Reporting (introduction to Fair Credit Reporting Act cases).
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June 6, 2013
Speaking appearance at the Federal Trade Commission and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau joint roundtable, Life of a Debt: Data Integrity in Debt Collection.
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April 23, 2013
Michigan Judicial Institute: Resolving Consumer Debt Disputes: An Update on the Legal Requirements for the Collection of Debts. Lansing, Michigan.
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Consumer Law Center, PLC

24500 Northwestern Highway
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Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: 248-208-8864
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