wildcardjack: My cell number is known to three people and my bank. If I do get a robocall I'm suing someone.
To The Escape Zeppelin!: wildcardjack: My cell number is known to three people and my bank. If I do get a robocall I'm suing someone.I don't give out my number to anyone. Unfortunately the idiot who had the number before me apparently signed up for literally everything under the sun.
sheep snorter: A proper, legal traffic ticket is you have 1 year to dispute, once you are properly notified(cop at you car or registered mail ticket).If the government give you a dispute court date that is 1 year and 1 day after notification, ticket is thrown out.Don't dispute a ticket and if you don't pay by the 1 year notification date, proper legal action would be a cop showing up to you and taking you down to jail to pay or get your court date.If the government does not chase you down to pay after the one year, consider 2 years for the ticket to be thrown out, due to delay of due process./And in this articles case, it looks like it might be a issued ticket that you never had to pay in the first place.//Delay of due process is fun to challenge. An automated ticket that took 1 month to show up? Delay of due process and bye bye ticket.///delay of a ticket is never excused by "well we only send out bills/tickets once a month so pay it or be punished".
geek_mars: I wonder if I can sue for all the robocalls trying to reach the guy who had my phone number before it was issued to me.
Saiga410: To The Escape Zeppelin!: wildcardjack: My cell number is known to three people and my bank. If I do get a robocall I'm suing someone.I don't give out my number to anyone. Unfortunately the idiot who had the number before me apparently signed up for literally everything under the sun.I do not know how this happens but usually three or four times a month usually within a day or two I will get calls where people are trying to call a physical rehab facility in my area to cancel their appointments.
slykens1: Why isn't the city of Albuquerque joined as a defendant in this lawsuit?
NormallyTechnos: slykens1: Why isn't the city of Albuquerque joined as a defendant in this lawsuit?Because the City isn't bound by the TCPA. They get a gimme, along with health-care providers, non-profits, and non-commercial political speech.Their immunity does not extend to Redflex, the red-light camera company, nor to the collection agent actually making the calls though.
Summer Glau's Love Slave: In before the "Just don't run any redlights" kneejerk reactionaries./Running a redlight now, so I'm getting a kick...
slykens1: I would join the city on a vicarious liability claim. But for their negligence in allowing Redflex to try to collect, the ensuing TCPA tort would not have occurred.And it might be novel enough to get to an expensive trial or settlement, which is the real goal.
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