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Ayala Files Privacy-Violations Class Action Against Owners of Covid-Opportunistic Store

By July 3, 2020January 3rd, 2024No Comments

Ayala files privacy violation class action under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) against covid-19 opportunistic and its owners. Navitelia, the parent company took advantage of the covid-19 pandemic to mass text and email thousands of individual consumers, without their consent and despite countless of “Stops,” and “Unsubscribes,” by consumers.

Under the TCPA, a company cannot text or call consumers without their consent using an automated system, unless it is an emergency. In the Class Action Complaint, Ayala’s client alleges that Dreside persistently reached out to him, including texts at 2AM in the morning, despite never having done business with, given them their number, or otherwise authorized their texts.

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