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Cruise Companies to Pay Millions for Robocalling Consumers

Cruise companies, including Caribbean Cruise Line Inc., The Berkley Group Inc., and Vacation Ownership Marketing Tours Inc., agreed to settle a class action against them alleging they violated the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by making unwanted calls to consumers. The cruise companies are expected to pay up to $76 million to consumers, who received these calls. Andersen Sleater LLC represents consumers who may have received unsolicited calls or texts. If you are interested in speaking to an attorney, contact us here. If you would like more information about the cruise company class action, click here.

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