Business to Business callers continue to end up in court at an alarming rate. And it will probably get worse before it gets better - as they remain the least prepared group to tangle with seasoned predatory FCC TCPA Attorneys. Throw in all the tip-in traps and intentional banks of cell phones designed to lure unsuspecting marketers - along with express written consents that haven't been updated in years. And you've got a wing ding of a profitable party for litigators. [Click Video]
Here's the thing: B2B companies, political callers, survey companies - the myriad of internet small money lenders, local service providers with internet representation and communications are all targets now. And most don't even know it.
Seasoned TCPA prosecutors have had years to cut their teeth
in the Business to Consumer realm. And now that the FTC has actually said, "B2B's - we expect you to comply" you can see the saliva dripping from the chops of battle hardened legal call prohibition chargers.
Defense attorneys have become skilled too
at finding loopholes and omissions in TCPA filings by prosecutors. But in the Business to Business realm - really - most of these guys are still dreaming.
B2B's dreaming they are still exempt from the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
You can wake up now - Or you can wake up later after the citations are filed. But then it's too late. You're putting your companies future in the hands of praying that a magician can pull a rabbit out of their hat and get you off the sloppy call solicitation and follow-up hook.
You can call me for a quick liability exposure chat. I won't even charge you. My personal line is 561-317-3001. Or contact me here.
Or you can wait for the tree shaking thunderous sound of your mailbox melting under the unrelenting citations and sordid details of your local litigator's legal chubb detailing the fatal flaws in your present no-chance call prohibition protection program.
The choice is yours.
Note: This article will contain errors and inaccurate information, as these laws and court interpretations are constantly changing. Remember to consult your own attorney with questions specific to your business.
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