Loses Bid to Dismiss Solicitation Call Class Action – Bloomberg Law

By John Woolley failed to convince a federal judge in California to dismiss a class action alleging the company broke the law by making prerecorded solicitation calls without customer consent.
Priestley Faucett sued Move Inc., which does business as, claiming the real estate listings firm violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by repeatedly contacting him over the phone despite his placement on the Federal Trade Commission’s National Do Not Call Registry. Faucett called the conduct an “invasion of privacy, harassment, aggravation, and disruption of the daily life of thousands.”
While the company contends Faucett consented online and orally to callbacks, dismissal …
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