Robocalls and Auto Dialing
Stop annoying calls! Discover what a Michigan robocall attorney can do for you
Banks, debt collectors and many businesses are prone to the misuse of automated calling technology. This can lead to incessant calls to a cell phone or land line, but even one unwanted call that breaks the law could be grounds for a lawsuit. Whether you’ve gotten one or fifty calls, we can help. We will hold these companies accountable for their actions and seek remedies for you.
If you’re a victim of robocalls and auto dialing, contact our experienced attorneys. We understand the laws governing auto dialing and we can act quickly to seek relief from unwanted calls. Contact Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC, today.
In-Depth Information about Robocalls and Auto Dialing
- What laws exist to protect victims of robocalls and auto dialing?
- What should I do if I’m a victim of robocalls and auto dialing?
- Resources for victims of robocalls and auto dialing
How can Lyngklip & Associates Consumer Law Center, PLC, help me?
If you are receiving unwanted calls or texts, contact us as soon as possible.
Call (248) 208-8864 or fill out our online contact form. One of our experienced attorneys can meet with you and develop a course of action to put an end to auto dialing or robocalls and hold companies accountable for their actions.
What laws exist to protect victims of robocalls and auto dialing?
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) covers robocalls and auto dialing complaints. The Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) also sometimes play a role in such cases, especially when they involve debt collection harassment. These laws clearly state when and how telemarketers and other companies can contact you.
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What should I do if I’m a victim of robocalls and auto dialing?
If you’re a victim of robocalling or auto dialing, contact us immediately to discuss your legal options. We also strongly recommend taking the following steps:
- Keep a call log. Write down exact date and time you received a robocall or automated phone call, what was offered, the name of the company, and the phone number.
- If you have not already done so, place your home phone number and cellphone number on the national Do Not Call list. To register your number(s), go to the Federal Trade Commission’s official National Do Not Call Registry.
- Report your robocall to one or both of the following federal agencies:
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Resources for victims of robocalls and auto dialing
Learn more about robocalls, auto dialing and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act from these articles listed below:
- Telemarketing and Robocalls (Federal Communications Commission website)
- Robocalls (Federal Communications Commission website)
- National Do Not Call Registry (Federal Trade Commission website)
- Text Message Spam (Federal Trade Commission website)