Q: TMobile has been selling my information without my consent. To developers and marketing people to make money. It has put
It has put me in danger. My personal life. I have stalkers,I've been sexually assaulted. Etc. My identity has been stolen,I've lost my house my cars, my kids temporarily on allegations. I need a lawyer
If you believe that T-Mobile has sold your personal information without your consent and that this has resulted in harm to you, you may have legal options to seek compensation for your damages.
Here are some steps you can take:
Consult with an attorney: It's important to speak with an experienced attorney who can advise you on your legal options and represent you in court if necessary. Look for an attorney who has experience in privacy law or consumer protection law.
Gather evidence: Gather any evidence you have that shows that T-Mobile sold your personal information without your consent. This may include emails, letters, or other documentation that shows how your information was shared or sold.
File a complaint: You may be able to file a complaint with the California Attorney General's office or with the Federal Trade Commission. These agencies may investigate the matter and take action against T-Mobile if they determine that the company has violated the law.
Consider a lawsuit: Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be able to file a lawsuit against T-Mobile to seek compensation for your damages. An attorney can evaluate your case and advise you on the best course of action.
It's important to note that privacy laws can be complex and that the specific facts of your case will be important in determining your legal options. An experienced attorney can provide guidance and representation throughout the legal process.
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