If your mortgage or credit card company is robocalling you reminders that your your payment is late you may have a claim worth $500 -$1500 per call under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). If you don’t want robocall reminders and artificial messages from your creditor then send them a letter asking that they stop calling you and communicate with you by mail only. If the robocalls continue, you should be able to collect between $500 and $1,500 for each robocall after you sent the letter. 
We assist people who are wrongly robocalled by a company looking for a different person, as well as those who were robocalled after requesting the company to stop. If you have questions about your rights under the TCPA call Attorney Rex Anderson.
Robocalls include automated phone calls made using autodialers, as well as those that contain pre-recorded messages. This means that even if you receive a phone call from a live person, the call is still considered a robocall if it is made using an autodialer such as when you her dead air after picking and before a live person speaks to you. 
Common TCPA violators Credit One, Chase,  Ally corporation, American Motor company, Ocwen,Rite aid, CVS, Navient,Sallie May,Hilton, Midland Funding, Portfolio Recovery, Off Lease Only  jut to name a few



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