Robocall Class Actions – What You Need to Know Resort Marketing Group

Resort Marketing Group Class Action Lawsuit

We have all seen articles like this and wondered if it is too good to be true? Could the relentless Robocalls you have been subject to translate into an “easy” payoff from an advertised class-action lawsuit? Maybe. The more complicated question that you should ask is; “if I have a claim, is joining a class action the best course of action?”

Learn the facts about the Resort Marketing Group Class Action Lawsuit

What you should know is this: class actions can be the way to go based on the facts of the potential claim or filing an individual claim may be what is in your best interest. Why? Let’s look at the case in this article link. Resort Marketing Group (RMG) has entered into a settlement agreement regarding a class action lawsuit filed against them.Stop Unwanted Phone Calls

The lawsuit filed alleges that RMG (and the cruise lines who empowered their actions,) violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act or TCPA. This agreement limits plaintiffs (individuals with claims like those who are enrolled in the class action) to “a maximum value of $300. You can claim up to three calls per telephone number included in the official call records for a maximum of $900 per number.”

On face value $900 sounds like a nice way to be compensated for the harassment consumers have been subjected to from these calls. What you might like to know is that a successful individual claim of a TCPA violation can range from $500-$1500 per call with no number of calls per telephone number limits. It is important to have a consumer protection attorney review your case and make a recommendation based on the specific facts of your potential claim.

That annoying robocall about a ‘free cruise’ could get you $900

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