FCC imposes large fine for robocalls

The Federal Communications Commission announced a $2.96 million fine against Travel Club Marketing, Inc., related companies, and the companies’ owner, for making at least 185 unsolicited robocalls. The calls were prerecorded advertising calls to consumers who had not consented to the robocalls; the majority of the consumers had listed their telephone number on the national Do-Not-Call Registry. According to the FCC press release, the fine is the largest forfeiture order the FCC has issued for robocalling violations.

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