TCPA Roundup – Robotexts, TrueBlue, Neiman Marcus

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After two years of litigation TrueBlue, Inc a workforce staffing company reaches a settlement agreement in with 1,948 class action members that continued to receive messaging after unsubscribing. TrueBlue also agreed to stop sending automated calls and texts after unsubscribe requests. Read more.. Caribbean Cruise Line settles class-action lawsuit for up to $76 million after making millions of robocalls and … Read More

TCPA Weekly Roundup Trump Clinton Robocalls AmEx Twitter

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TCPA this week: July 18,2016 Each week we will highlight the most important happenings in TCPA law and compliance. Clinton and Trump and Robocalls, Oh My The political cycle is now in full swing – marked by the RNC convention kick off this week. With all candidates trying to get their messages out the FCC enforcement board warns not use … Read More

RealPhoneValidation – TCPA Compliance Service

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RealPhoneValidation – TCPA Compliance Service The arrival of tighter telemarketing regulations means you need to take swift action or face the prospect of hefty fines. The FCC has implemented new rules governing how you can legally make calls to your prospects. It will no longer be permissible to auto-dial mobile phones – and this even applies to your previous purchasers … Read More

Guess Hit With TCPA Class Action Over Text Messages

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Episode 1 in our series: Should Have Called RealPhoneValidation First This post was originally in Law360, and was reposted in the RealPhoneValidation blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. Guess Hit With TCPA Class Action Over Text Messages By Kira Lerner Law360, New York (January 06, 2014, 1:42 PM ET) — Clothing retailer Guess Inc. was … Read More

RealPhoneValidation and TCPA Compliance

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RealPhoneValidation and TCPA Compliance The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) first came into force in 1991, with the aim of cleaning up the telemarketing industry’s practices. It allowed consumers to file lawsuits and collect damages for receiving unwanted telemarketing calls. Since then, a wave of updates has come every couple of years, with some of the most stringent regulations coming … Read More