Ill. Pharmacy Hits Medical Supply Co. With TCPA Fax Suit

Law360, Springfield (April 18, 2017, 9:17 PM EDT) -- An Illinois convenience store and pharmacy launched a putative class action in federal court Monday against a Florida-based medical supply company, alleging the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited fax advertisements.

Camp Drug Store Inc., based in the Metro-East Illinois town of Wood River, sued DDP Medical Supply, also known as Emily Corporation, alleging that it and more than 39 people received DDP Medical Supply's unsolicited faxes.

"Unsolicited faxes tie up the telephone lines, prevent fax machines from receiving authorized faxes, prevent their use for authorized outgoing faxes, cause undue wear and tear on the recipients’ fax...

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