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JPMorgan Chase Settles TCPA Class Action For $2.25 Million

Faced with possible fines in excess of $121 million, JPMorgan Chase agreed to pay $2.25 million to settle a Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) class-action lawsuit. The financial services firm was accused of autodialing over two hundred thousand cellphones after their customers had already verbally revoked consent.

Supreme Court Rules The FCC Exceeded Its Authority

The Supreme Court denied the class action plaintiffs’ petition in Bais Yaakov of Spring Valley v. FCC. Ruling invalidates FCC rule that required advertisers to place opt-out notices on solicited faxes or pay penalties for non-compliance.

5 Simple Tips Help Telemarketers Win TCPA Lawsuits

Professional plaintiffs make their living off extracting large settlements from TCPA lawsuits against telemarketers for alleged regulatory violations that can go back several years. Here are few tips that will help mitigate the risks faced by call centers and provide you with standing in court.

Telemarketing Charity Fundraiser Fined $250,000

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) asked the Department of Justice (DOJ) to file a complaint against the Ohio based charity and political fundraiser, InfoCision. The company is alleged to have violated the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR) by making false or misleading statements that induce consumers to make donations.

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