Feb 162016
 
 February 16, 2016  Business, Court, Laws

Ashley Vanover reports:

Kohl’s was hit with a lawsuit alleging that the retailer violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by persistently placing robocalls to her cellphone, despite repeated explanations that she was not the intended recipient and requests to place her on the company’s do not call list.

According to the Kohl’s TCPA lawsuit, beginning in Nov. 2013 and continuing until Dec. 2015, Kohl’s placed unwanted cell phone calls to plaintiff Shannon C.’s number on a repetitive and continuous basis.

Read more on Top Class Action.

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