Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. is making consumers aware of the following Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) class action lawsuit filings:
The Baltimore Life Insurance Company
Class action lawsuit filed against The Baltimore Life Insurance Company on February 24, 2020 in United States District Court for the District of Maryland “to stop its [alleged] practice of engaging agents to place unsolicited autodialed and prerecorded telemarketing calls to the cellular telephones of consumers nationwide and to obtain redress for all persons injured by its conduct.”
According to the class action complaint, “Baltimore Life engages agents and marketing organizations to conduct a wide-scale telemarketing scheme that features the placement of autodialed and prerecorded calls to consumers nationwide.” The complaint alleges that the Plaintiff received calls on Plaintiff’s cellular phone [from telephone numbers (770) 768-6820, (770) 877-3866, and (229) 860-6013] “soliciting Plaintiff to purchase Baltimore Life’s insurance products.” The Plaintiff, according to the complaint, “does not have a current relationship with Defendant and has never provided any form of prior express consent to [Baltimore Life Insurance Company].”
Rapid Response Monitoring Services Incorporated
Class action lawsuit filed against Rapid Response Monitoring Services Incorporated in United States District Court for the Northern District of New York to, among other things, “stop its [alleged] practice of placing calls (either on its own or via a third-party acting on its behalf and for its benefit) using “an artificial or prerecorded voice” to the telephones of consumers nationwide without their prior express consent.”
According to the complaint, “Defendant [Rapid Response Monitoring Services] knowingly made . . . unsolicited prerecorded telemarketing calls without the prior express written consent of the call recipients as well as calls to those on the [N]ational [D]o [N]ot [C]all [R]egistry. In so doing, Defendant not only invaded the personal privacy of Plaintiff and members of the putative Classes, but also intentionally and repeatedly violated the TCPA.”
Allegedly, the Plaintiff’s cellular telephone received an “unsolicited telemarketing call” from (267) 876-4411, a “call [which] featured an artificial or pre-recorded voice.” The Plaintiff, subsequently, received a call from (267) 877-1103, a call placed, allegedly, by “a representative of Alliance Security,” as well as a call from (267) 877-1103, a call from an alleged Alliance Security representative as a “follow up on the unsolicited telemarketing call [the Plaintiff] received . . . regarding a home security system which would be monitored by [Rapid Response Monitoring Services].” Additionally, the complaint alleges that the Plaintiff received a call from (267) 686-2060.
Do You Believe You Are a Victim of Illegal Robocalls, Text Messages, “Junk” Faxes or Telemarketing Sales Calls?
If you have received illegal robocalls, text messages, “junk” faxes or telemarketing sales calls, you may be able to recover at least $500 for each illegal call, text or fax you received and, possibly, as much as $1,500 for each illegal call, text message or facsimile that was made either willfully or knowingly in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
To help evaluate your potential legal claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, please complete KLF’s confidential Robocall Questionnaire or, if you prefer to speak with an attorney, please complete the form above on the right, e-mail [email protected] or contact Michael Yarnoff, Esq., [email protected], (215) 792-6676, Ext. 804, for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your potential legal rights.