Kehoe Law Firm, P.C. Is Making Consumers Aware of Entities Named As Defendants In Recently Filed Class Action Lawsuits Alleging Violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act
Bankroll Capital, Inc.
According to the complaint, the Plaintiff was sent a fax offering a $250,000 line of credit. The “call back number” listed on the fax plaintiff received was (440) 965-6238. Allegedly, the Plaintiff, allegedly, does not have a business relationship with Defendant Bankroll Capital, and the Plaintiff did not give the Defendant consent to send the fax.
Call Tools, Inc. and Other Defendants, As of Yet Unknown
According to the complaint, Call Tools contacted the Plaintiff on Plaintiff’s cellular telephone “in an effort to sell or solicit services on behalf of Complete Care Health Solutions, Inc.” from (301) 763-6970. The Plaintiff, allegedly, “is not a customer of Defendant’s services and has never provided any personal information, including his cellular telephone number, to Defendant for any purpose whatsoever.”
Credit Control, LLC and Other Defendants, As of Yet Unknown
According to the complaint, Defendant Credit Control called the Plaintiff’s cell phone in an effort to collect a debt. Allegedly, the Plaintiff was not the debtor, and the Defendant did not have “Plaintiff’s ‘prior express consent’ to receive calls using an automatic telephone dialing system or an artificial or prerecorded voice on [Plaintiff’s] cellular telephone.”
Get Together Inc.
According to the complaint, “Defendant [Get Together] transmitted, by itself or through an intermediary or intermediaries, multiple text messages to Plaintiff’s [cell phone] number and at least one text message (that was identical or substantially the same as those received by Plaintiff) to each member of the putative Class.” The complaint contained the following example of a text message sent to the Plaintiff from (772) 261-6878 “without Plaintiff’s prior ‘express written consent’”:
Hi there, your friend delivered you props. – See more on the IRL App! — hangIRLapp.co/DI/
Reply INFO for info, STOP to stop messages
Hyundai Motor America
According to the complaint, “Defendant [Hyundai Motor America] transmitted at least two . . . prerecorded telemarketing calls to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone number,” which “introduced the caller as Hyundai Motors Corp.” Allegedly, “[a]t no point in time did Plaintiff provide Defendant [Hyundai Motor America] with his express consent to be contacted using prerecorded messages.”
Keim Enterprises, Inc.
According to the complaint, the “Plaintiff received 3 unsolicited calls from Century 21 Keim Realtors agents.” In November 2019, the Plaintiff, allegedly, received “a pre-recorded call from a Century 21 Keim Realtors agent on [Plaintiff’s] cell phone” and “an autodialed text message” from (484) 209-6077. The Plaintiff, according to the complaint, “does not have a relationship with Century 21 Keim Realtors and has never provided them his cell phone number or consent to receive calls from them.”
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.