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How To Stop RoboCalls?

RoboCalls and Autodialers

RoboCalls are automatically dialed calls using an autodialer, with another person rarely being at the end of the call. They greet you with a pause of silence after you pick up.


You can be entitled to damages ranging from $500-$1500 if you fall under a common scenario involving RoboCalls.

Do Not Call List

You can report RoboCalls to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). You can even have your home phone number and cell number placed on the national Do Not Call List to avoid harassment by telemarketers

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RoboCalls are automatically dialed calls using an autodialer, with another person rarely being at the end of the call. They greet you with a pause of silence after you pick up.You can stop robocalls now. Call us at 866-320-0173 or email us at info@tariqlaw.com.

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The Tariq Law Firm, PLLC. is committed to ensuring companies who violate the rules of the ​​​​​​TCPA are brought to justice so that YOU, the client, are given peace of mind. If you believe you have been a victim of this, you may be entitled to damages. So call, email, or fill out our online form. The Tariq Law Firm is committed to helping individuals such as yourself who have received telemarketing calls, RoboCalls, or unsought text messages and need them to stop.

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