just What: class-action lawsuit against payday businesses, including three owned by Chattanooga businessman Carey V. Brown, for spam texting
Initial plaintiff: Flemming Kristensen
Defendants: Credit Payment Services, MyCashNow, Enova Overseas, Pioneer Financial Services, Leadpile, Click Media, Net1 Promotions
WHO IS WHO:
Credit Payment Services – Chattanooga business owner Carey Vaughn Brown’s primary payday company, which includes carried out company through a number of affiliates. Brown officials have actually presented their various organizations, that are incorporated in Nevada, operated away from Chattanooga but presented as overseas entities, as separate organizations that participate in a number of tasks outside the loan arena that is payday.
MyCashNow – One of Brown’s now shuttered payday sites, that also included DiscountAdvances and PayDayMax.
Leadpile – A subsidiary of now-defunct Area203 Digital, one of Brown’s Chattanooga-based organizations, Leadpile is accused of giving undesired SMS spam communications to 1000s of People in america.
Kristensen Class Action Suit
A Chattanooga-based payday lender accused of spamming tens and thousands of Us citizens with undesired texts suffered a setback this week as a lawsuit against their companies gained class-action status. Continue reading Lawsuit against payday master for spam texts gains status that is class-action