Missouri Attorney General Shuts Down Robocallers
Missouri Attorney General Bailey joined a coalition of seven states in shutting down a massive robocaller operation, involving John Caldwell Spiller II and his business partner Jakob Mears, the owners of Texas-based Rising Eagle Capital Group LLC and JSquared Telecom LLC, as well as Rising Eagle Capital Group-Cayman. The Attorneys General sued the defendants in June 2020 alleging violations of the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the federal Telemarketing Sales Rule, as well as various state consumer protection laws. Mears and Spiller are now permanently banned from initiating or facilitating any robocalls, working in or with companies that make robocalls, and engaging in any telemarketing.
Learn more here: Attorney General Bailey Shuts Down Texas Robocallers (mo.gov)