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junk faxes

Transmitting faxes to unsolicited recipients. U.S. federal law 47USC227 prohibits broadcasting junk faxes, allowing recipients to sue the sender in Small Claims Court for USD $500 per copy. See spam.
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Junk faxes are a nuisance that can degrade productivity, block important faxes from coming through, and cost millions of dollars annually in wasted paper and toner.
If only a fraction of the people who receive junk faxes were to take legal action against the companies that send them, we'd see a significant decrease in the number of junk faxes that are sent.
com, j2 Global remains committed to pursuing all companies that send junk faxes to our customers.
The first coverage theory concerned whether the unsolicited transmission of junk faxes fit within the policy coverage for "property damage" caused by an "accident.
The current "opt-in" requirements allow junk faxes if an established business relationship is present.
8Infodata Marketing promised to block junk faxes if you sent a one-off processing fee of pounds 6.
Instead of painstakingly examining questionable faxes and their origin one by one, it seems he's taking the economical route and dropping a bomb on them all--imploring recipients of junk faxes to bundle them up, send them to Consumer Crusade and possibly earn $25 for each fax successfully collected on.
The information includes details about the cost of calls on the internet and how to deal with junk faxes.
Rosenthal points out that senders of junk faxes can be fined up to $500 per fax in small claims court--50 times the penalty for a spam violation.
5 million to settle a class action case filed under a federal law banning junk faxes.
If you are pestered by cold-calling telesales and junk faxes you can easily do something about it these days.
It offers to get somebody called the Fax Preference Service to block off junk faxes once you send your details, a copy of your business letter headed paper and a signature from an authorised member of staff.