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10 Aug 2016

Choppy Waters of Marketing Compliance

  • Last Updated August 10, 2016 at 8PM
A New Jersey federal judge threw out a lawsuit against a gymnasium chain when he ruled a single, unsolicited automated dialing system that leaves a prerecorded voicemail is not harmful. This ruling brings some much-needed common sense to the TPCA/DNC lawsuit frenzy, while further proving how volatile the regulatory environment is for companies that market to consumers. Read More

18 Jul 2016

The FTC and Your Incredible Shrinking
Prospect Pool

  • Last Updated July 18, 2016 at 2PM
As the marketing universe continuously shrinks for businesses by the day, the Federal Trade Commission has now approved to more than double the fine for a Do-Not-Call violation. If history is any indicator, this is more than just a scare tactic. Read More

05 Jul 2016

Wells Fargo Pays $16.3M To End TCPA Suit Over Robocalls

  • Last Updated July 05, 2016 at 3PM
On June 29th, 2016, Wells Fargo Bank NA payed approximately $16.3 million to end a proposed class action alleging it illegally used an automatic telephone dialing system to call customers cellphones without their consent, according to a Wednesday filing in Georgia federal court. Read More

01 Jul 2016

$3.75 Million JPMorgan Chase Settlement Highlights Reassigned Number Risks

  • Last Updated July 01, 2016 at 1PM

You’re probably aware of rulings issued by the Federal Communications Commission, Seventh and Eleventh Circuits, holding that businesses are liable for autodialed calls and texts sent to wrong or reassigned numbers. We previously discussed how these rulings, combined with the lack of an authoritative database of reassigned numbers, make it impossible for businesses to comply with the TCPA if making calls or sending texts using an automatic telephone dialing system. 

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