Nissan Unit To Pay $2.2M To Put TCPA Class Claims To Bed

Law360 (March 19, 2019, 8:17 PM EDT) -- A unit of Nissan handling car loans has agreed to shell out $2.2 million to potentially thousands of individuals to end a Telephone Consumer Protection Act suit brought by a group of consumers alleging they received unsolicited, automated calls from the company.

Named plaintiffs Aram Terteryan, Tatyana Davtyan and Marine Davtyan claimed Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. was calling references or acquaintances of borrowers in an attempt to collect delinquent debt. They said they received prerecorded messages from Nissan without their consent, and despite the fact that they weren't Nissan customers.

Nissan continues to deny the allegations but agreed Monday to pay...

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