“Do not call” violators must pay $1.2 million

“All in One Vacation Club” called consumers on the “Do not call” registry despite the fact that consumers hadn’t a relationship with the company nor did they solicit them for information about their services.  Interestingly, many of the calls were to consumers who had filled out sweepstake forms that contained waivers to the “Do not call” registry in fine print.  But the court ruled that consumers wouldn’t have the expectation from reading these forms that they would be solicited by these companies.

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