Wells Fargo Strikes Deal Over Junk Faxes In Ill. TCPA Row

Law360, Los Angeles (April 10, 2017, 5:53 PM EDT) -- Wells Fargo & Co. and a contractor agreed to submit to an injunction and pay $7,500 to a woman who'd lodged a proposed class action over junk faxes, ending the suit but leaving open the possibility of future similar cases, according to papers filed in Illinois federal court on Monday.

Credit card terminal company Cayan LLC and Wells Fargo had proposed the offer to lead plaintiff Heather McCombs in February, and McCombs has accepted the offer, court records show.

The deal would submit the bank and its contractor to an injunction barring them from sending future unwanted advertising faxes and releases...

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