In a country torn by political divide, there is one issue nearly 80% of voters agree on: the nuisance of robocalls must stop.
(PRWEB) October 29, 2013
SueSpam is pleased to announce the launch of its robocall reporting website, SueSpam.us, that allows every American to report automated calls and texts they receive. If SueSpam finds the robocall or automated text violates federal or state law, the person who reported it will receive $5.00 and SueSpam will take legal action to stop the sender from deploying additional messages.
During the next eight days, over 100 million robocalls will be sent to voters ahead of the 2013 elections -- leading to some households receiving over 10 calls per day. In a country torn by political divide, there is one issue nearly 80% of voters agree on: the nuisance of robocalls must stop.
Under regulations set forth by the Federal Communications Commission under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), it is illegal for any automated call or text to be sent to wireless phone numbers without the explicit, written permission of its owner. Furthermore, all robocalls placed to landlines (including political calls) must disclose the sender at the beginning of the call and leave an operational phone number in the message. Any automated call or text that does not meet these standards is illegal; however, action is rarely taken against the sender because voters simply do not have the time to pursue every robocall they receive.
SueSpam allows every American to report an automated call or text in under 5 minutes at SueSpam.us. If we find any violation of the TCPA, we will take immediate action to stop the sender from deploying additional messages and compensate the reporter $5.00 for their time. So the next time you get annoyed by a robocall or automated text, don't ignore it -- be part of the solution by reporting it at SueSpam.us!