Unsolicited Telephone Calls
Telemarketing calls are a nuisance, but they are particularly irritating when the callers pretend to be someone they aren’t. The complaint for this class action claims that Santanna Natural Gas Corporation, doing business as Santanna Energy Services, not only made illegal telemarketing calls to consumers but hid its identity. Still, the basic offense cited by the complaint is violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC is paying $3,750,000 to settle a class action alleging that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making telemarketing calls to consumers using an artificial or pre-recorded voice without obtaining the consumers’ prior express written consent.
Plaintiff Aaron Hirsch registered his home number on the NDNC Registry on February 17, 2017, the complaint alleges. The telephone uses a voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) service that charges him for incoming as well as outgoing calls. During May and June, the complain claims, Omega Autocare called his number multiple times, using an automated telephone dialing system, in direct violation of the TCPA. A call on May 12 also made use of an artifical or pre-recorded voice. Hirsch had never given Omega Autocare his express written consent to receive such calls.
A travel agency called Resort Marketing Group, Inc. (RMG) is settling a class action that alleges RMG made automated telemarketing calls in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
This settlement settles a class action alleging that ACE American Insurance Company and ACE USA, Inc. violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). The TCPA was enacted to protect consumers from unsolicited telemarketing calls, especially calls to cell phones, and calls made using automatic dialers and artificial or prerecorded voices.
This class action lawsuit claims that NorthStar Alarm Services hired a third-party, Yodel, who made telemarketing calls to consumers’ telephone numbers to advertise their goods and services using a prerecorded message without consent.
The plaintiffs in this lawsuit allege that since August 18, 2011, Central Payment has violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making calls to home and cell phones on the National Do-Not-Call Registry using an automatic telephone dialing system with an artificial voice, all without consent.
This class action lawsuit claims that Nextgen Leads violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making unsolicited calls to consumers’ home telephones without consent.
The plaintiffs in this class action lawsuit allege that on or after October 24, 2010, First Family violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by making calls to telephone numbers that were listed on the National Do-Not-Call Registry without consent.
This lawsuit claims that GAP violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by placing automated calls to consumers’ cell phones without consent.