Elizabeth P. v. Comenity Bank (*Harassing Robocalls)
We represented Elizabeth from Allen, TX, in a robocalls case against Comenity Bank. In or around April 2016, Comenity began placing collection calls to Plaintiff on her cellular telephone. Comenity called Plaintiff from (614) 754-4058, (614) 754-4055, and (614) 729-9030. These telephone numbers are Comenity’s phone numbers. Comenity attempted to collect an alleged debt originating from a Victoria’s Secret Credit Card. In or around On or around June 21, 2016, Comenity placed a collection call to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone number and spoke with Plaintiff. During this conversation, Plaintiff requested that Comenity cease all collection calls to her cellular telephone number. On several occasions, Plaintiff has spoken with Comenity and told Comenity to stop calling him. On or around June 22, 2016, Agruss Law Firm, LLC, mailed Comenity a letter requesting Comenity stop calling Plaintiff’s cellular telephone number. Despite receiving the letter from Agruss Law Firm, LLC, Comenity continued to place collection calls to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone. We argued Comenity violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by placing non-emergency telephone calls to Plaintiff’s cellular telephone using an automatic telephone dialing system and/or pre-recorded or artificial voice in violation of 47 U.S.C. § 227 (b)(1)(A)(iii). We finally got Comenity to stop harassing out client. We also resolved our client’s claims to her satisfaction.