Docket activity of federal case WARD v. FLAGSHIP CREDIT ACCEPTANCE LLC, case number 2:17-cv-02069, from Pennsylvania Eastern Court.
A $4M settlement has been reached to resolve claims that Flagship Credit Acceptance called consumers using an autodialing system in violation of the TCPA.
Settlement of class action alleging Flagship called consumer on their cell phones without their permission.
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The class action lawsuit claims that Flagship Credit Acceptance, based in Chadds Ford, bombarded consumers with unwanted prerecorded messages.
All persons whom Flagship called on their cellular telephone through the use of any version of a TCN, LiveVox or Aspect dialing system and/or with an artificial or prerecorded voice at any time from May 5, 2013 to September 18, 2018.
Flagship Credit Acceptance LLC has agreed to a $4 million class-action settlement against allegations that the subprime lender violated the Telephone Consumer