Comenity Bank - Alleged Unauthorized Debt Collection Calls

Comenity Bank – Alleged Unauthorized Debt Collection Calls

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Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. is making consumers aware of the following Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) class action lawsuit filing:
Comenity Bank

Class action lawsuit filed on March 5, 2020 in United States District Court, Central District of California, Southern Division, against Comenity Bank, an alleged “sophisticated debt collection corporation that has devised a devious debt collection tactic, to call family members as a means to collect a debt from their consumers.”

According to the complaint, Comenity Bank “regularly makes autodialed telephone calls to consumers in order to collect a debt,” and “at no point did Plaintiff provide authorization to receive autodialed calls on her cellular telephone from [Comenity Bank].”

Allegedly, “beginning January of 2019, [Comenity Bank] initiated debt collection telephone calls to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone using an automatic telephone dialing system.”  Comenity Bank, according to the complaint, “regularly contacted Plaintiff regarding an alleged debt owed to [Comenity Bank] by [Plaintiff’s sister-in-law].” Comenity Bank, allegedly, “used a robodialer to call Plaintiff . . . on her cell phone but never obtained [Plaintiff’s] requisite consent.”  Plaintiff also, allegedly, “never had any relationship with Comenity and never owed them any money.” The complaint states that plaintiff was contacted on her cell phone from (619) 550-6921 in January 2019.

Do You Believe You Are a Victim of Illegal Robocalls, Text Messages, “Junk” Faxes or Telemarketing Sales Calls?

If you have received illegal robocalls, text messages, “junk” faxes or telemarketing sales calls, you may be able to recover at least $500 for each illegal call, text or fax you received and, possibly, as much as $1,500 for each illegal call, text message or facsimile that was made either willfully or knowingly in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

To help evaluate your potential legal claims under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, please complete KLF’s confidential Robocall Questionnaire or, if you prefer to speak with an attorney, please complete the form above on the right, e-mail [email protected] or contact Michael Yarnoff, Esq., [email protected], (215) 792-6676, Ext. 804, for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your potential legal rights.

Kehoe Law Firm, P.C.