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Class Action Says Rhino Relocation Ignored National Do-Not-Call List

A proposed class action citing alleged Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) violations claims defendant Rhino Relocation used a prohibited automatic telephone dialing system to contact consumers. The plaintiff, a California woman, claims she began receiving robocalls from the defendant around May 2016 without ever having provided consent to be contacted. Worse, the plaintiff claims in the suit that her phone number has been in the National Do-Not-Call Registry since as far back as 2011. 

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