Tommy Hilfiger Faces TCPA Class Action Over Text Messages
Law360, New York (April 3, 2015, 12:51 PM EDT) -- PVH Corp., better known as Tommy Hilfiger, violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending thousands of unrequested text messages promoting sales and discounts, according to a proposed class action filed in California federal court Thursday.
James Nelson's complaint said the clothing retailer sent him several SMS text messages without ever obtaining his written consent and claimed the messages, which he had to pay his cellular service provider to receive, were sent through an automatic telephone dialing system.
"By sending such SMS text messages to consumers, defendant has caused consumers actual harm, including the aggravation and privacy invasion that accompanies receiving...
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