Meier v. Allied Interstate: Live Vox System Was Not an ATDS

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The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a district court’s finding that the LiveVox system did not qualify as an ATDS merely because it stored pre-produced lists of telephone numbers in the order in which they were uploaded. 01/20/2022 1:30 P.M. 3.5 minute read Meier v. Allied Interstate LLC, c/o Ct Corp. Sys., No. 20-55286, […]

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Martindale v. MegaStar: Transaction Fees May Violate the RFDCPA


A California district court found a consumer sufficiently stated a cause of action under the RFDCPA by alleging that the defendant charged her “convenience fees” to make payments over the phone that were not authorized in the loan agreement or permitted by law. 01/19/2022 3:45 P.M. 3.5 minute read Martindale v. MegaStar Fin. Corp., No. […]

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Hopkinson v. Penn. Higher Educ. Assistance Agency: Furnisher Unable to Prove It Reasonably Investigated Debt


The consumer disputed a debt that was the result of an alleged identity theft. The consumer alleges that the data furnisher reported inaccurate information to the consumer reporting agencies and failed to conduct a reasonable investigation. 01/19/2022 3:20 P.M. 4 minute read Hopkinson v. Pennsylvania Higher Educ. Assistance Agency, No. 19-CV-12290-IT, 2022 WL 104912 (D. […]

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