How to Block a Spam Fax
Do you want to learn how to block a spam fax? Since a fax machine is always connected to receive faxes, unlike a phone, there is no way to block a particular phone # from sending you faxes. However, there are ways to stop the spam faxes. First, take a look at the junk fax that was sent to you. On the bottom of the fax should be information how to opt-out of receiving further faxes. Second, report the spam fax to us. If we can track down the marketer or spam faxer we can contact them on your behalf and have them stop sending you the faxes. Even better for you, in many cases, we can help you recover $500 for each unsolicited fax that you received. According to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) it’s illegal for a company to send you an unsolicited fax and they are required to pay you $500 for each spam fax they sent to you. By reporting the junk fax to us, we will research and find out who sent it to you and if we can help you make a claim to recover the money from them.
How to Report a Spam Fax
There a few ways to deal with spam faxes. We believe the most effective way is to report the junk faxes to us in the form above. We review every report and if we can help you stop the spam faxes or help you recover $500 for each junk fax you received, then we’ll be in touch with you shortly after receiving the report from you from above. You can also report the junk fax to the FCC. This is not as effective though since the FCC receives about 200,000 telemarketing complaints per month. You can also block the phone # on your phone so that you will no longer receive any more text messages from that caller.
Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
The Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was created to protect you from the onslaught and annoyance of unsolicited telemarketing calls and spam faxes. The TCPA law allows you to stop spam faxes by recovering $500 for each unsolicited text message you receive from company. My firm has helped many people like you recover several hundred (even thousands of dollars) from companies that are sending annoying spam faxes to consumers. If you’d like to report the text message spam you received then fill out the form above.