Posts from March 2022.

In Beal v. Outfield Brew House, LLC, --- F.4th ---, 2022 WL 868697 (8th Cir. Mar. 24, 2022), the Eighth Circuit considered whether an automated marketing system that was used to send promotional text messages to randomly selected phone numbers qualified as an ATDS within the purview of the TCPA. See id. at *1. The Eighth Circuit concluded that the automated marketing system did not "produce" telephone numbers to be called and, therefore, did not qualify as an ATDS. See id.

The case arose because the Appellants received promotional text messages from Outfield Brew House, LLC and/or ...

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In Woods v. LVNV Funding, LLC, --- F. 4th --- (2022), the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of FDCPA and FCRA claims based upon the defendants’ collection and reporting of a fraudulently opened account.

The plaintiff, Kevin Woods, alleged someone opened an American Airlines credit card account in his name and purchased a one-way flight. American closed the account and sold it to LVNV Funding, LLC, which placed it with Resurgent Capital Services, L.P. for collection. When Woods received collection letters, he disputed the debt and told Resurgent the account ...

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