Are you annoyed by calls from telemarketers?
Believe it or not, one of those calls could put more than $1,000 in your pocket.
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A judge ruled Dish Network violated consumer protection laws by calling people on the "Do Not Call" registry in 2010 and 2011.
A class-action lawsuit is paying up to $1,200 for every illicit call.
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You can look up your phone number to find out if you're one of the 18,000 people who received a call.
Click here to access that link.
Telemarketing calls from Dish could mean up to $1,200 from class-action lawsuit
CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT
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