Apr 102019
 April 10, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Laws

Amanda Antell reports:

Big Time Recovery LLC is facing a new call recording lawsuit, which alleges the company had violated state privacy laws by recording two claimants without their permission.

The call recording claim alleges Big Time Recovery had recorded a conversation containing highly sensitive personal information, including personally identifiable information and the claimants’ finances.

Plaintiffs Raymond P. and Julie F. conjointly filed this call recording lawsuit, alleging Big Time Recovery regularly records inbound and outbound telephone calls and should have disclosed this fact to them at some point during their respective phone calls.

Read more on Top Class Actions.

Of course, the fact that people file a potential class action lawsuit doesn’t prove anything, but I include such items here to make people aware of how people attempt to protect or enforce privacy rights.

The Call Recording Lawsuit is Case No. 3:19-cv-00475-JLS-BLM, in the U.S. District Court of Southern District of California.

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