Ariz. Couple Barred From US Robocalls For Facilitating Scams

Law360 (August 26, 2020, 2:55 PM EDT) -- A New York federal court has permanently barred two individuals and two companies from engaging in robocalls in the U.S. telephone system after they transmitted "massive volumes" of scam calls to American individuals in an effort to scare them and make them pay large amounts of money.

In a Tuesday consent decree, the court banned Nicholas and Natasha Palumbo, a married couple based in Arizona, and their two companies after they received "millions" of foreign internet-based calls on a daily basis and transmitted those calls to U.S. carriers — knowing the calls were "fraudulent government and business-imposter robocalls."

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