Professional TCPA Prosecutor Sid Childress would like to know why businesses selling internet loans, solar power, and marketing opportunities keep calling him. Or calling him back when he fills out their web forms. He's on numerous TCPA prosecution court filings in his home state. He's also on the Do Not Call List. He has additional call prohibition protections under the New Mexico Unfair Practices Act. Yet B2B companies keep the calls and money coming.
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- Sid Childress v. Solarcity Corp., D-101-CV-2016-02579 (11/03/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Taurus Processing, Inc., D-101-CV-2016-02371 (10/10/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Business Union Financial, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-02373 (10/10/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Scott Crocket, D-101-CV-2016-02238 (9/23/2016)
- Sid Childress v. RSOP Holdings Delaware LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01915 (8/9/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Frank Macri, D-101-CV-2016-01877 (8/4/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Pine Acre Holdings, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01852 (8/2/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Paradigm Funding Group, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01833 (8/1/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Edirex Media LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01785 (7/26/2016)
- Sid Childress v. NuTigr LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01801 (7/26/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Fora Financial LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01777 (7/23/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Western Capital Financial Services, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-01772 (7/21/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Daniel Crenshaw, D-101-CV-2016-01405 (6/13/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Jerry Maurer, D-101-CV-2016-01406 (6/13/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Digital Age Marketing Group, Inc., D-101-CV-2016-01002 (4/13/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Kelly Shapley, D-101-CV-2016-00977 (4/11/2016)
- Sid Childress v. ProAdvance Group, Inc., D-101-CV-2016-00947 (4/7/2016)
- Sid Childress v. First Premier Funding LLC, D-101-CV-2016-00949 (4/7/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Seek Capital, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-00890 (4/5/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Internet Local Listings Inc., D-101-CV-2016-00679 (3/14/2016)
- Sid Childress v. Oakwood Financial Services, LLC, D-101-CV-2016-00672 (3/12/2016)
These court cases from B2B solicitations, web form return calls, and other problematic followups could have been easily avoided by a few simple steps:
Eliminating former Telephone Consumer Protection Act and FDCPA filers with a Litigator Scrub.
Partnering with a top DNC/TCPA Law Compliance Service Provider.
And to go the extra mile, you might sign up for free with the National Do Not Call List and some of the 14 State Lists. That'll go a long way should you end up in litigation.
Professional TCPA litigants are the folks most likely to sue you, file in court, take up hours of your time and potentially put you out of business. They're always wanting more: "Tell me who your clients are, or I'll sue you personally." And they will. They enjoy what they do. They are on a mission. They are not going to stop once they get their teeth into you.
Cell phone scrubbing questions are the first thing the CFPB, FTC, FCC and predatory attorneys will inquire about. While partnering with a name brand Do Not Call/TCPA Law Compliance Partner with a perfect track record will help ensure those same lawyers pick on some other unsuspecting B2B company. And if you can register with the National List without losing too many numbers, so much the better.
But the previous litigants are the pros. The ones causing most of the call prohibition problems for B2B's, including the dreaded class actions.
So get em' off your call lists before each campaign.
For more information on Litigator Scrub for B2B callers, call me at 561-317-3001 or email me here - Bob
- Do I need a Litigant Scrub if I'm already scrubbing for TCPA and DNC Cells?