Dish Network has had a rough go of it with call compliance. Some would say a complete disregard for the Do-Not-Call and TCPA Laws. Going to their annual meetings as a compliance provider yielded some memorable laughs from the many, ah, wild west vendors: "Ya mean ta tell me we need to watch who we call..." Let's take a look at the recent decision.
A TCPA Litigant Scrub is an effective way to eliminate former call prohibition prosecutors and professional consumer plaintiffs from your call lists. It's made up of phone numbers associated directly with TCPA complaints, numbers from clients, and
Virtually every phone-centric marketing company and servicing business
It can become confusing and time-consuming for a single real estate agent to adequately comply with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and Do-Not-Call Laws. What's more, the amount of misinformation on call prohibitions available to associates can be costly and downright scary. Let's take a look at one agent's challenges and solutions.
Think you can buy your way out of mediocre compliance procedures? Calculate the maximum damage your unsolicited FAX's could cause and offer it up to the judge? The United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) freshly ruled that an unaccepted proposal of resolution can no longer invalidate a proposed TCPA class action. This quiet landmark finding is sure to shake up traditional defense strategies heavily dependent on bailing out sloppy phone marketing clients via accepted settlements.
How many times will it take B2B's sued under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act to understand: This is not a one-off. This will happen again. More expensively and more often. And the sooner you understand, the sooner you can take advantage of the many call legal protections afforded B2B over B2C callers.
lAt the ACA International's Washington Insights Conference this month, FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly made it plain he is driving for more business-friendly reforms to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Calling for "clear and rational" dictates that enable legitimate businesses to present patrons with the knowledge they require, while opposing practices that create genuine outrage. Let's take a look.
You're a call center. Your customers depend on you. Which includes identifying the biggest compliance troublemakers before dialing on their behalf. The recipients that'll make life miserable. Your clients may be in energy and utility fulfillment, travel and entertainment, customer acquisition or financial services. They might be in healthcare, retail, or communications. They are experts in their respective fields. But they are not experts at staying out of compliance trouble with the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. That's your job.
Consumer privacy rights seem to be helping marketing companies dodge TCPA complaints. Carriers like T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T are thinking twice before handing over private information to court
Between questionable sales practices and call compliance infractions, energy resellers may be in danger of losing their incredible financial opportunity. Or at least not taking full advantage. Broken consumer price promises are common to the industry. Call complaints to State AG's and the publicity surrounding them