According to Thomas Nitzsche with ClearPoint, the case below has been dismissed.
In what is becoming a series of Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) cases against debt relief companies, ClearPoint Credit Counseling has become the latest target.
On December 23, 2015, ClearPoint was sued in a class action case in California. The Plaintiff claimed ClearPoint secretly recorded conversations, placed non-emergency calls to the Plaintiff’s cell phone, used an autodialer to call the Plaintiff, and did not get the Plaintiff’s consent prior to placing calls.
I’ve previously advised all debt relief companies to watch out for the TCPA pitfalls. You can click here for past articles.
Here is the suit that was just moved to federal court.
ClearPoint previously filed an answer to the complaint. You can read that below.
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