A new ruling from the 11th Circuit just lit a fire under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, reinforcing the right of consumers to sue for debt collectors who place robocalls for between $500 and $1,500 per call. That's pretty excellent news on the consumer-front.
The issue here was whether a person who had previously allowed robocalls could revoke permission. The court said yes, and is the first Federal Circuit court to say so.
If you're getting robocalls from a collector without permission, keep a record, record the calls if possible, and get ye to a consumer attorney.
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