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July 26, 2012 / Rabeh Soofi

MyCashNow Sued for Unsolicited Text Messages

MyCashNow, which provides Americans with pay-day loans, has been sued in a class action for sending unsolicited text messages to cell phone users in the first week of December, 2011. The class action is pending in a Nevada federal court.

The lawsuit was brought pursuant to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which prohibits companies from sending unsolicited text messages without the prior consent of recipients. According to the class action lawsuit, MyCashNow’s unwanted texts caused damages to consumers who have “pay per text” SMS plans, and must pay for each and every text they receive. The class action is seeking at least $500 in damages for each unsolicited text message received from MyCashNow, which is the minimum penalty allowed under the TCPA.
If you have been the victim of unwanted text messages from unknown companies, please notify Khorrami, LLP for a confidential evaluation of your rights.


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