Med-Stop TCPA Junk Fax Class Action Settlement
All persons in the United States who from June 13, 2013, through the date of preliminary approval, (1) were sent by or on behalf of Defendants a telephone facsimile message of material advertising the commercial availability or quality of any property, goods, or services, (2) with respect to whom Defendants cannot provide evidence of prior express invitation or permission for the sending of such fax or (3) with whom Defendants did not have an established business relationship, and (4) the fax identified in subpart (1) of this definition (a) did not display a clear and conspicuous opt-out notice on the first page stating that the recipient may make a request to the sender of the advertisement not to send any future advertisements to a telephone facsimile machine or machines and that failure to comply, within 30 days, with such a request meeting the requirements under 47 C.F.R. § 64.1200(a)(4)(v) is unlawful.
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Swinter Group, Inc. v. Med-Stop, Inc. d/b/a Med-Stop, et al.Case No. 1711-CC00572 Missouri Circuit Court for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, County of St. Charles
Plaintiff claims that Defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227, et seq. (“TCPA”) by sending fax advertisements by sending to Plaintiff and the putative class members unsolicited fax advertisements that did not contain the required opt-out notice and without prior express invitation or permission or an established business relationship. Defendants denies wrongdoing or liability of any kind related to Plaintiff’s claim but has agreed to settle the case solely to avoid the uncertainties, expenses, and time of further litigation.