Amicus Brief in support of Appellee in Lamkin v. Portfolio Recovery Associates
The National Association of Consumer Advocates joins other consumer groups to submit input on the Federal Communications Commission's upcoming report on Advanced Methods to Target and Eliminate Unlawful Robocalls. In order to fullyassess and address the ongoing robocall problem, the FCC must collect comprehensive data, particularly from Voice Service Providers.
NACA joins organizational partners in comments to the Federal Communications Commission recommending robocall prevention policies for phone companies. Phone companies should be required to implement effective call-authentication technologies and policies and provide three levels of call blocking options.
NACA, NCLC, and other consumer protection organizations have filed ex parte comments regarding the Petitions for Expedited Ruling filed by Blackboard, Inc. and by Edison Electric Institute and American Gas Association.
"Deep inside the 114-page budget deal that passed the House Wednesday, legislative leaders tucked in a provision that will free debt collectors to bombard student loan borrowers with unlimited robocall and automated text messages where it hurts most — on their mobile devices — even when they are asked to stop." Rea