Real Time Resolutions TCPA Class Action Settlements
All living persons within the United States (1) who received a phone call from Defendant during the Class Period to a number assigned to a cellular telephone service at the time the call was made, (2) where the number was uploaded to and dialed by Defendant’s telephone system, and (3) who did not give his or her express consent prior to such call being placed.
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Tannlund v. Real Time Resolutions, Inc.,Case No. 1:14-cv-5149 N.D. IllDistrict Court of Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division
Plaintiff alleges that she received telephone calls from Defendant to her cellular telephone in connection with the servicing of a debt that she owed using an automatic telephone dialing system or a prerecorded or artificial voice and that she had not provided consent to the receipt of such calls to her cellular telephone, and that these telephone calls violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) 47 U.S.C. § 227. Plaintiff contends that Defendant made similar calls to a class of similarly situated individuals. Defendant denies these allegations and maintains that it did nothing wrong.