Travel Co. Again Hit With Suit Over 'Free' Cruise Robocalls

Law360 (June 18, 2019, 9:06 PM EDT) -- A travel booking company previously hit with a slew of lawsuits claiming it advertised "free" cruises in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act has been sued in a Florida federal court on claims it placed robocalls to millions of people from a call center in India.

Named plaintiffs Angel Bakov and Kinaya Hewlett, court-appointed class representatives in a separate Illinois TCPA class action against Consolidated World Travel Inc., allege in their Florida suit filed Monday that the company's "alter ego" firm, Consolidated Travel Holdings Group Inc., and other Florida-based co-defendants participated in what was a yearslong scheme previously investigated by...

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