What about autodialers that do not deliver prerecorded messages?
An autodialer that is used to connect consumers with live sales agents (no prerecorded messages) is subject to somewhat different rules. For example, autodialed calls to residential land lines (not cell phones) are generally still allowed even without prior consent. However, under the new FCC rules and FCC regulations, all autodialed telemarketing calls to cell phones require prior express written consent. This has essentially created an implied cell do not call requirement. Remember that local state autodialer law varies greatly and may be different than the federal rules. Follow whichever rule is more restrictive as this is the only was to ensure compliance with both the federal and state rules. More information about autodialer law is avialable here.
If you have been sued in a TCPA class action lawsuit, contact the best TCPA defense lawyer available now. If you haven't been sued yet, consider performing a compliance audit to mitigate the risk.
Contact us to speak with an experienced autodialer law telemarketing attorney. Do not use this site to ensure you are compliant with telemarketing rules; this site is not a substitute for legal advice.
ALLEN, MITCHELL & ALLEN PLLC - THE telemarketing law firm.