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This class action alleges that Zara violated the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act by printing more than the last four digits of customer credit card numbers on its receipts.

This class action alleges that the Burlington Coat Factory violated California law by asking for and recording customers’ telephone numbers when they made credit card purchases.

This class action alleges that Stryker Sales Corporation, Stryker Corporation, Stryker Biotech LLC, and Howmedica Osteonics Corp violated the TCPA (Telephone Consumer Protection Act by sending unsolicited advertisements by fax. 

This class action alleges that iYogi, Inc. violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making calls to individuals’ cell phones without their consent. 

Three coordinated cases against Pier 1 Imports, known as the Song-Beverly cases after the California credit card act of the same name, alleged that the stores unlawfully asked for and recorded personal identification information from customers.

This class action alleged that Asset Acceptance violated the TCPA by calling persons on their cells phones without their consent, using and automatic dialing system or prerecorded voice.

A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit alleging TCPA violations against holders of Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s credit card accounts.

This lawsuit alleges that International Cruise & Excursion Gallery, Inc. violated the TCPA by making unsolicited calls using an auto dialer to consumers cell phones.

The Warranty Group and American Residential Warranty settled a class action alleging that the two companies violated the TCPA by making unsolicited calls with an auto dialer to consumers’ cell phones, even though those cell phone numbers were on the national Do Not Call registry.

This lawsuit alleges that direct broadcast satellite service provider DIRECTV unlawfully marketed their services by contacting individuals on their cellular telephones via an “automatic telephone dialing system” in non-emergency situations without their prior express consent, in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and other federal laws and regulations.  

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