SuperAmerica TCPA Class Action Settlement
You are a Class Member if you received a text message from or sent on behalf of SuperAmerica to a cellular telephone through the use of an automatic telephone dialing system from January 1, 2012 through April 1, 2015.
$50 in cash and $50 in the form of a SuperAmerica gift card
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Soular et al. v. Northern Tier Energy LP, et al.,Case 0:15-cv-00556-SRN-KMMUnited States District Court District of Minnesota
The lawsuit alleges that SuperAmerica violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”), 47 U.S.C. § 227, by sending unsolicited text messages. Specifically, the lawsuit claims that SuperAmerica sent or transmitted, or had sent or transmitted on their behalf, text message advertisements to wireless telephone numbers using a computerized automatic telephone dialing system as defined by the TCPA that stores telephone numbers from a database, or dials random or sequential numbers. The lawsuit claims that these messages were sent without the recipients’ prior consent in violation of the TCPA.
SuperAmerica denies all material allegations asserted by Plaintiffs. SuperAmerica specifically disputes that it violated the TCPA, any statute, or common law; that it used an automatic telephone dialing system to contact Plaintiffs or potential Settlement Class Members without their prior express consent; and that Plaintiffs and potential Settlement Class Members are entitled to any relief. SuperAmerica further contends that the allegations contained in Plaintiffs’ Amended Complaint are not amenable to class certification. Nevertheless, given the risks, uncertainties, burden, and expense of continued litigation, SuperAmerica has agreed to settle this litigation on the terms set forth in this Settlement Agreement, subject to Court approval.