Moneytree Kept Spam-Texting After Told To Stop, Suit Says
By Emily Field (September 17, 2014, 4:35 PM EDT) -- A woman hit Moneytree Inc. with a proposed class action in California federal court Monday for allegedly violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending her unsolicited text messages even after she told the payday loan and check cashing company to stop.
Krystiana Ruddle alleges Moneytree sent her six spam text messages between March and June. Each time Ruddle received a text message, she replied "STOP," according to the complaint, and received a confirmation message from Moneytree that the texts would cease. However, Ruddle kept receiving unwanted text messages from Moneytree, according to the suit.
Ruddle says the unwanted texts invaded...
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