San Diego Residents who received automated or pre-recorded phone calls or text messages from Scott Yancey (from Flipping Vegas) may finally receive substantial cash settlements, but sadly, most of them are unaware of how fast and easy it is to apply.
Unwanted calls and automated text messages are among the FCC’s top consumer complaints. The TCPA provides up to $1,500 in statutory damages for each automated call, pre-recorded message or text message sent to consumers from an Automatic Telephone Dialing System (an “ATDS”) and/or prerecorded voice system in violation of the statute.
Considering how many calls, messages and other ATDS and prerecorded voice communications companies send out to their consumers on daily basis – the amounts of TCPA settlements are often very substantial, and this practice area for a long time has been a favorite of plaintiffs’ attorneys seeking impactful class payments.
Quick version: If you received automated or pre-recorded calls or text messages from Scott Yancey (Flipping Vegas) you may be entitled to receive cash compensation. Applying for a claim evaluation is free, confidential, and takes less than 60 seconds.
Who Should Apply for Claim Evaluation
Consumers who likely qualify for cash compensation:
- received pre-recorded or artificial voice messages or automated calls (“robocalls”) form Scott Yancey;
- can provide a phone record or a screenshot of their cell phone showing that the call form Scott Yancey.
Maybe What Happened To Me Wasn’t That Big Of A Deal
Many consumers will downplay what happened to them and will try to push it to the back of their minds. Not only unsolicited calls and text messages cause emotional distress, frustration, and annoyance, but the inaction of consumers is the very reason why companies have gotten away with these practices for such a long time. And it needs to stop.
No matter how minor violations may seem to you, companies may still be obligated by law to pay you.