A woman has filed a lawsuit against financial company Bottom Line Concepts, accusing them of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by making unsolicited, prerecorded telemarketing calls using Snoop Dogg’s voice. According to court documents, the calls promoted Employee Retention Credit refunds as an easy source of money for consumers.
The plaintiff, Qiana Martin, has proposed the possibility of a class-action lawsuit, highlighting instances where other consumers also received these spam calls. Martin claims that she received a call from Bottom Line Concepts on August 30, featuring a voicemail with Snoop Dogg’s voice.
The message encouraged recipients to visit ERCENROLL.COM, promising quick access to funds. Martin argued that she suffered “concrete harm” from the unsolicited calls and sought damages for invasion of privacy and nuisance. Her legal team demanded a minimum of $500 for each call and up to $1,500 per call if Bottom Line Concepts’ actions were deemed “knowing or willful.”
The lawsuit also contemplated similar damages for other affected consumers if the case transitions into a class-action lawsuit. Additionally, Martin sought an award for attorneys’ fees and costs.
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