If You Were Sent Unwanted SMS Text Messages After You Tried Stopping, Cancelling, Unsubscribing or Opting Out of Receiving Such Texts, Contact A Class Action Lawyer!
A team of class action and TCPA lawyers and attorneys has launched an investigation into claims that certain companies have sent unwanted SMS text messages to consumers' cell phones even after the consumers had tried stopping, unsubscribing, cancelling, or opting out of receiving such text messages, i.e., after they had revoked any possible prior express consent.
The unsolicited and unwanted SMS text messages potentially being investigated include texts sent to cell phone users who previously cancelled, unsubscribed or opted-out of being sent text messages by sending a text message reply to the sender with words like STOP, STOP ALL, CANCEL, UNSUBSCRIBE, QUIT, OPTOUT, OPT OUT, BLOCK, ARRET, REMOVE, END, etc.
Companies that send text message advertisements, promotions, marketing messages, ads and text message spam or that provide premium text messaging services or mobile content such as SMS text alerts, horoscopes, joke-a-day, mobile IQ test, secret crush texts, ringtones, etc., typically provide that those texted can stop receiving the text messages by, for example:
- Txt Reply to Stop
- Text Reply Stop
- To opt out reply STOP
- Opt-out by texting STOP or QUIT
- Reply STOP to cancel
- To end reply STOP
- To discontinue all text alert subscriptions, text STOP
- To stop receiving messages from the SMS text message notification service, you can unsubscribe by texting STOP
- Text STOP to cancel your subscription
- To stop receiving Mobile Text Alerts, text STOP
If you received a text message after you tried cancelling, unsubscribing, or opting out of receiving such text messages, i.e., after you replied to the text with words like stop, stop all, cancel, unsubscribe, quit, optout, end, etc., you may be entitled to recover money from a TCPA text message class action lawsuit.
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