What is The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)?

Watch this video by dedicated Buffalo consumer protection attorney Seth Andrews, Esq. as he explains the telephone consumer protection act (TCPA). 

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act TCPA is a federal statute that prohibits unwanted calls to a person’s cellphone whereby the calling party utilizes a prerecorded voice message or an automated voice message. So long as that party that’s receiving the calls never consented, never provided their number prior to receiving the calls, or if they did provide a number, has newly revoked that prior consent.

Any party calling using that automated voice or prerecorded voice message can be liable for up to $1,500 a call, but in any event, no less than $500 a call. This is the number one complaint with the FCC, and it is by far and away one of our biggest cases here at the Law Offices of Kenneth Hiller. If you have any questions about the TCPA, please contact us.

At The Law Offices of Kenneth Hiller, PLLC, our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers. We have successfully helped thousands of clients protect their rights against creditors, collection agencies, or other businesses. For a free consultation with an experienced consumer protection attorney, contact us today.