A proposed class action out of California alleges JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. used prohibited automatic-dialing technology to contact consumers’ cell phones without consent to do so. The lawsuit claims that on December 7, 2015, the plaintiff’s attorney faxed a cease and desist notice to the defendant expressly revoking any supposed consent to contact the plaintiff and his wife via any phone numbers associated with their Chase account. The lawsuit says Chase, despite receiving the plaintiff’s cease and desist fax, called the man’s cell phone the very next day. It took roughly three days after receipt of the cease and desist for Chase to stop calling the plaintiff’s cell phone, the lawsuit alleges, citing Telephone Consumer Protection Act violations.