TCPA Compliance, Simplified
The world of TCPA compliance has become increasingly difficult for brands to navigate. The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) of 1991 prohibited autodialing non-emergency robocalls without consumer consent. Major changes in 2013 and 2015 added new complexities with the identification of mobile phones and phone owners.
Brands that fail to properly identify phone owners, phone types, and consent status in their databases invite staggering penalties: Violation fines range from $500 to $1,500 per incident. Several high-profile organizations have spent tens of millions of dollars on settlements.
Infutor makes TCPA compliance easy by supplying you with real-time intelligence on potential risks and violations.
According to WebRecon LLC, the number of new TCPA cases filed increased more than 580% in five years prior to 2017. 4,392 TCPA lawsuits were filed in 2017 alone.