Are Ringless Voicemail Drops exempt from all TCPA rules? FAQ
Are Ringless Voicemail Drops exempt from all TCPA rules?
No, they are not. Yes, that sounds like a very simple and direct answer, but that’s the approach that Stratics Network takes and Stratics Networks always takes the approach that Ringless Voicemail Drops must be used responsibly at ALL times. Although voicemail technology is not regulated by TCPA the same way as, say, a robocall, there are ALWAYS rules that must be followed when using RVM. The TCPA also has several rules in place governing the content of voicemail messages.
It is important you understand you are still using technology to communicate with people and not everybody wants to receive your communications. That is the whole reason why the TCPA was set up in the first place – To avoid irresponsible communications that could potentially bother an individual. So, of course there are always rules to follow. Ringless Voicemail Drops have been around for almost 10 years and there might be certain sections of this technology that are not directly regulated by any governing body, however we are going to assume as responsible people that there is a right way and wrong way to deliver any type of message. Hence, we can assume this technology is not exempt from any rule and use the technology the correct way. We hope this answers your question “Are Ringless Voicemail Drops exempt from all TCPA rule?” We encourage you to do your research and our team is always available to get in this discussion deeper or recommend you to a telecommunications attorney to hear their opinions. One thing is for certain, this is an amazing technology that when used the right way is incredibly beneficial for both the sender and the receiver. Also note Stratics Networks has zero tolerance for all forms of spam based messaging.