Unsolicited Junk Fax Claims
Nationwide Consumer Protection Lawyers in Chicago
Your junk faxes may be worth money. Thanks to federal law, any person or business who sends you a fax advertising goods or services that you did not request is liable to pay you a fine for the unlawful use of your fax number. When families are sent junk faxes, such as ones regarding travel companies or stock buying solicitations, they can use those faxes as evidence in a claim against the sender.
The laws that give consumers this power, the Federal Telephone Consumer & Protection Act and the Junk Fax Prevention Act of 2005, allow citizens to sue companies and collect for each junk fax they receive. The initial fee for each fax is $500, but if a person can show knowledge and intent on the sender's part, that number increases three-fold to $1,500 for each fax.
If you have been the recipient of junk faxes, do not hesitate to contact our Chicago consumer protection attorneys. We represent clients throughout the country and travel directly to them. Call (888) 444-9136!
The Purpose of the Junk Fax Laws
The laws are designed to address the millions of junk faxes sent to people every day. Fax broadcasters create databases of fax numbers, which are then utilized by advertisers who pay money for access to the database. This unethical use of private information is why the government has given consumers the power to file individual claims against companies that transgress the law.
Pintas & Mullins Law Firm – Nationally Trusted Advocates
Pintas & Mullins Law Firm is currently handling junk fax cases. If you have received any unsolicited faxes, do not throw them away. Hold on to all "junk" faxes and contact our office today for a free no-obligation consultation to discuss your rights under the Federal Telephone Consumer and Protection Act.
Our attorneys are effective, act quickly, and are dedicated to the maximum results under the law. We do not charge until you recover a settlement in court, so you have nothing to lose by calling (888) 444-9136 today.