Comenity Bank Pays $8.4M To Class Of 4 Million In TCPA Suit

Law360, Los Angeles (October 2, 2014, 9:56 PM EDT) -- A California federal judge on Thursday approved Comenity Bank's nearly $8.5 million settlement with a class of more than 4 million people who received automated calls to their cellphones from the bank over a four-year period, in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Plaintiff Carrie Couser filed suit in October 2012, alleging Comenity Bank called her using an autodialer four to five times per day on her cellphone attempting to collect an alleged outstanding debt owed by her deceased mother.

"Plaintiff does not owe the alleged debt defendant is calling her about and has never provided any personal information, including...

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