TCPA Violation Fines
In a proposed class action settlement, Papa Murphy’s, a pizza chain based in Washington, will pay $22.6 million in the form of cash and a voucher payment. According to a bid for preliminary approval filed on Monday, the company allegedly violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Additionally, a proposed class action suit in Florida against Nortek Security & Control LLC accuses the company of making robocalls advertising a home security product. Unsolicited autodialed calls to consumers cellphones are in direct violation of the TCPA.
Navigating the state and federal regulatory maze while mitigating risk is becoming more daunting every day for compliance leaders. Especially when dealing with agents in branch offices, reps using personal phones, or independents and BPOs marketing on your behalf. For almost 20 years, Gryphon has protected the largest and most valued brands in banking, insurance, manufacturing and home services from headline risk, brand damage, and costly fines associated with outbound marketing violations.
Avoid TCPA and DNC fines. Protect your business from TCPA and DNC Risk. The Cost of non-compliance extends far beyond the risk of fines. Since 1998, Gryphon’s highly patented suite of compliance services provides bulletproof compliance and protection from headline risk, brand damage, and costly penalties.
Our services apply all legal exemptions to those laws to help your business grow, and our experts provide customized consulting and support with expanding regulations. Bullet-proof compliance is only half the equation used to solve TCPA and DNC compliance issues. Gryphon’s intelligent cloud engine automatically applies legal exemptions (opt-ins) to make sure you are not over-suppressing legal contacts who want to hear from you. Gryphon’s Secure Cloud engine unlocks your largest marketable universe to maximize your outreach and protect every opportunity.