Credit One Ducks TCPA Suit Over Calling Reassigned Number

Law360 (November 16, 2018, 8:39 PM EST) -- A Minnesota federal judge axed a suit accusing Credit One Bank NA of unlawfully placing 140 debt-collection calls to a phone number it believed belonged to one of its customers, ruling the equipment used to make the calls couldn't be considered an "autodialer" under a recent D.C. Circuit ruling.

Stewart L. Roark sued Credit One in January 2016 after he allegedly received 140 calls — four of which were accompanied by prerecorded voicemails — from the bank between September and December 2015 that he claimed violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Credit One claimed that it was attempting to contact the...

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