Men's Wearhouse Agrees To Settle Robotext Suit For $1.8M

Law360 (August 22, 2018, 4:35 PM EDT) -- Men's Wearhouse Inc. has agreed to pay $1.8 million to settle class action allegations that it violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by texting customers too many advertisements, according to a bid for settlement approval filed in California federal court Tuesday.

A shopper named Anthony Oliver had accused the company of TCPA violations after signing up to receive no more than three text messages per week, only to receive more than that amount.

Following "extensive litigation," Tuesday's filing said the men's retailer agreed to directly distribute a voucher award worth at least $20 to anyone in Oliver's shoes, to be used...

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