Are you a victim of illegal robocalls, text messages or "junk" faxes?

Are you a victim of illegal robocalls, text messages or “junk” faxes?

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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
Intercontinental Hotels Group Resources, LLC

According to the complaint, the Plaintiff “received at least two telemarketing calls from Defendant [Intercontinental Hotels Group Resources].”  The first call Plaintiff received was from (888) 717-3303, a telephone number which “[t]he application NomoRobo . . . has reported more than 10,000 calls from . . . as unwanted solicitations.”  Additionally, the Plaintiff “did not provide his prior express written consent to receive the telemarketing calls at issue.” [Emphasis in original.]

Liturgical Publications, Inc., d/b/a LPI, and Other Unknown Defendants

According to the complaint, the Plaintiff received an unsolicited fax advertisement from Liturgical Publications, Inc., d/b/a LPI, despite “no prior relationship with Defendant [LPI],” and no prior authorization by the Plaintiff to send Plaintiff fax advertisements. The telephone number on the alleged unsolicited fax advertisement, a copy of which was attached to the complaint, was (248) 877-7769.

Mercury Insurance Company, Auto Insurance Specialists, LLC and Quotelab, LLC, d/b/a Media Alpha

According to the complaint, “[t]he Plaintiff received at least 5 telemarketing calls concerning auto insurance coverage from Media Alpha on behalf of Mercury [Insurance Company] and [Auto Insurance Specialists] between March 10, 2020 and March 11, 2020, including at least 3 automated telemarketing calls (2 on March 10 and 1 on March 11).”

Mortgage Solutions of Colorado, LLC, d/b/a Mortgage Solutions Financial

According to the complaint, “[b]eginning in or around January 2020[,] Defendant contacted Plaintiff on Plaintiff’s cellular telephone number . . . in an attempt to solicit Plaintiff to purchase Defendant’s services.” Allegedly, “[o]n the first phone call to Plaintiff, there was a pre-recorded voice on the line. Plaintiff followed the prompts and was transferred to a live person. The live representative identified his company as Mortgage Solutions (Defendant).” The Plaintiff, according to the complaint, “did not possess Plaintiff’s ‘prior express consent’ to receive calls using an automatic telephone dialing system on his cellular telephone.”

Purple Innovation, Inc.

According to the complaint, “Defendant [Purple Innovation] transmitted or caused to be transmitted, by itself or through an intermediary or intermediaries, and without Plaintiff’s prior ‘express written consent,’ a text message.”  The complaint described the text message Plaintiff allegedly received as follows:

Happy New Year! Don’t miss this sale! FREE Sheets + 2

Pillows when you purchase a mattress. Time to upgrade your sleep: https://prpl.cc/shop-mattresses [Emphasis added.]

R&H Industries, LLC, d/b/a Elite Solar Concepts, LLC

According to the complaint, the Plaintiff received an autodialed call on his cell from Elite Solar.  The call was from telephone number (602) 904-0857, and “[t]he purpose of the call was to sell a solar power system to Plaintiff.”  Allegedly, the “Plaintiff never consented to receiving solicitation calls from Defendant [Elite Solar].”

Snow Joe, LLC

According to the complaint, Defendant “Snow Joe is a distributor of snow blowers, lawn mowers, and other tools,” which “markets its products to consumers using unsolicited, autodialed text messages.”  The Plaintiff, allegedly, received the following unsolicited text message from 296-91 on Plaintiff’s cellular telephone:

SOR Technology, LLC

According to the complaint, SOR Technology did not have Plaintiff’s “prior express written consent to send her text message communications.” The complaint contained the following text of the message the Plaintiff allegedly received on Plaintiff’s cellular telephone from SOR Technology:

Thank you for joining us to help stomp out hunger by receiving your free & exclusisve travel website.

We have partnered with Manna Relief to serve a nutritious meal to a hungry child when a new travel portal is activated so thanks again.

Go to hURJ/..boQkiDg:;Jgo4tess com to access it. Username: [email protected]~m Password:LCKHY9NCXT

You should change it as soon as possible & start saving today! _ [Emphasis added.]

Typeform US, LLC

According to the complaint, Defendant Typeform sent an unsolicited text to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone.  The text message the Plaintiff allegedly received was from telephone number (855) 757-1580 and described in the complaint as follows:

Add 20-30 listings to your pipeline today. Apply here: re7.club

Reply Stop to opt out [Emphasis added.]

The Plaintiff, allegedly, did not provide Defendant Typeform with prior express written consent to receive automated text messages, and the Plaintiff did not solicit Typeform’s business prior to receiving the unsolicited text.

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.