Class Seeks Certification In Bank Autodialing Suit

By Shayna Posses (March 22, 2017, 1:28 PM EDT) -- A woman leading Telephone Consumer Protection Act litigation against First Community Bancshares Inc. and a subsidiary has asked a New Mexico federal judge to certify a class of consumers whose cellphones were bombarded with autodialed calls even after they told the bank it had the wrong number.

Janine LaVigne seeks certification for the owners of more than 37,000 cellphone numbers that received autodialed calls from vendor GC Services LP for the financial holding company and First National Bank Texas despite advising that the calls were being made to the wrong person, saying the proposed class meets all the requirements and courts...

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