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05 Feb
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What Types of Text Messages Violate The TCPA?

by Dan Bryson | Civil Rights | Share

Technology has allowed businesses to bridge the gap between corporation and consumer, now more than ever, as companies and consumers connect through social media, email, and text messages. As consumers’ relationship with technology matures, so should marketing strategies. When devising a mobile marketing strategy that includes messaging, senders must be mindful of applicable state and…

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26 Dec

Are Opt-Out Text Messages a TCPA Violation?

by Whitfield Bryson | TCPA | Share

The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was enacted in 1991 to stop blast faxes and robocalls that cost consumers time and money; however, it was enacted before the invention of the smartphone and text messaging. Since having a smartphone means you can communicate with virtually anyone at anytime, it also provides telemarketers and debt collectors…

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13 Aug
TCPA Violations

Automated Text Messages and TCPA Violations

by Whitfield Bryson | TCPA | Share

As smartphones become more pervasive each day, it’s increasingly common for businesses to communicate with employees or customers via text message; however, texting to communicate can expose a business to substantial penalties under federal law. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was enacted in 1991 to protect consumers from unsolicited automated calls, texts, and faxes….

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