Burmax, LLC, Next Phase Marketing, and its owner are the defendants in a proposed class action filed by a California woman who claims the defendants illegally used an automated telephone dialing system to call her cell phone without prior consent. The plaintiff says she received several calls from Next Phase Marketing on Burmax’s behalf and spoke with a pre-recorded voice that identified itself as “Chris Nelson” and attempted to sell solar panels for her home. The calls continued despite the plaintiff’s two requests that the defendants remove her from their calling list, according to the suit.
Next Phase Marketing is listed as a “cancelled” limited liability company on the Secretary of State’s website, but continues to use an automated system to unlawfully call consumers, according to the complaint.
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