Great Lakes Student Loans Robocalls
Meyer Wilson is currently investigating claims that have surfaced over
Great Lakes Student Loans using automated calls and prerecorded messages,
commonly known as
Some claims indicate that Great Lakes may use robocalling to reach borrowers.
Claims involving unsolicited robocalls and text messages to cellphones
in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) have been
mounting over the past few years.
If you received robocalls or text messages from Great Lakes regarding your
student loans, you may have a TCPA claim.
How the TCPA Protects Consumers
The TCPA became law in 1991, putting restrictions on automated calls and
prerecorded messages (for both debt collection and telemarketing purposes).
The TCPA also now regulates automated text messaging. In most circumstances,
an entity must have a person’s prior express consent in order to
make automated or prerecorded calls or text messages.
Meyer Wilson and Alleged TCPA Violation Class Actions
Meyer Wilson has handled alleged TCPA violations and is prepared to help
individuals who may have received robocalls from Great Lakes in violation
of this consumer protection act. Companies can be required to pay from
$500 to $1,500 per violation. If this has happened to you, we invite you to contact Meyer Wilson today
to discuss your case.