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Car dealerships might find it hard to resist violating the TCPA to capture car sales, but the violations can add up in hefty fines and class action lawsuit settlements. Have you received unwanted cell phone calls, text message spam, robocalls, prerecorded messages, or prerecorded voicemails from a car dealership? If you live in Florida and […]

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The Text Message Lawyers, Shamis & Gentile, P.A. have been making headlines as we aggressively file suits against companies who are blatantly violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending ringless voicemail transmissions and unsolicited spam text messages to consumers all throughout the nation. Below are some of the articles featuring our firm in the […]

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Telecommunications technology has blurred the lines between phones and the Internet. Voicemails, emails and text messages are starting to resemble one another. A prime example is the no ring voicemail. How does ringless voicemail (RVM) work? New No Ring Voicemail Technology You might receive a ringless voicemail. Ringless voicemail marketing involves the use of server to […]

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Fla. Med Spa Hit With $5M Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) Suit Over Spam Text Messages Law360 shared an article stating, “A proposed class of thousands of people has hit a Florida med spa with a $5 million suit in federal court over claims that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by using an […]

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Shamis & Gentile, P.A. has been featured in Law360 for our initiation of a class action suit against two major tech companies, Lyft Inc., developer of the popular ride-hailing app, and Jobcase, a social network for employers and job seekers.  Filed Tuesday in Florida federal court, the proposed nationwide suit alleges that that the companies […]

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