Guess Text Recipient Seeks OK Of Deal To End TCPA Suit
By Daniel Siegal (September 16, 2016, 4:52 PM EDT) -- A woman alleging Guess Inc. violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unwanted text messages asked a California federal judge Thursday to approve a settlement under which Guess could pay potentially over $3 million in cash or company credit to text recipients.
Named plaintiff Farieh Haghayeghi, who had alleged the clothing company invaded her privacy by sending texts to her cellphone, asked U.S. District Judge John A. Houston to grant prelimnary approval to the deal under which Guess would pay $15 in cash or $30 in company credit to the estimated 200,000 to 250,000 recipients of Guess text messages sent...
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