"Robocalls" to Cell Phones

A federal law, the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (the “TCPA”), prohibits, in most instances, the use of automatic dialing systems, or of artificial or prerecorded voice messages (“robocalls”) to cellular phones without the prior express consent of the called party. Unsolicited text messages and faxes are also generally prohibited.

Meyer Wilson is investigating complaints regarding pre-recorded calls and texts. Such complaints often involve banks and other financial institutions, as well as debt collectors.

Meyer Wilson has litigated several class action cases involving alleged violations of the TCPA that have resulted in cash awards to millions of consumers. If you have been “robocalled,” you may be owed damages or other remedies. Please fill out the form below and our firm will review your complaint. We offer complimentary evaluations of potential consumer claims because we are dedicated to helping consumers and holding corporations, banks, retailers, and other institutions accountable.

Meyer Wilson is investigating robocall claims involving the following businesses, among others:

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