FCA US Cell Phone Calls About Recall to Non-Owner of Recalled Complaint

March 6, 2020

The rules and regulations for the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) say that the act “is designed to protect consumer privacy by prohibiting, among other things, autodialed calls to cellular phones without the ‘prior express written consent’ of the called party.” Nevertheless, the complaint for this lawsuit alleges that FCA US, LLC—formerly known as Chrysler—does make such calls to consumers without their permission.

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