Text Spam Class Action Lawsuit Profits Against Cash Advance King. The class action lawsuit claims that Credit Payment Systems…

A judge in Nevada has issued course action official certification into the lawsuit against Payday King Carey V. Brown, of Credit Payment Services, for breaking the phone customer Protection Act with spam-texts.

Brown apparently got his name since the “payday king” by running a system of payday lending businesses including Credit Payment possibilities, MyCashNow.com, PayDayMax.com and DiscountAdvances.com, According to the right times FreePress.com. Brown along with his businesses are actually dealing with a course action lawsuit for presumably giving large number of spam texts offering high-interest pay day loans. The phone customer Protection Act (TCPA) forbids organizations from delivering unsolicited advertising texts. Breach regarding the TCPA holds statutory charges between $500 and $1500 per text.

The course action lawsuit claims that Credit Payment possibilities, as well as its affiliated co-defendant businesses, failed to recognize on their own into the content regarding the spam-texts. Continue reading Text Spam Class Action Lawsuit Profits Against Cash Advance King. The class action lawsuit claims that Credit Payment Systems…