Capital Pawn II of Florida has been named as the defendant in a proposed class action lawsuit filed by a Florida consumer who says she received several text message advertisements from the defendant even after revoking consent. The plaintiff says she never had a business relationship with the defendant or provided consent to receive messages, but the company allegedly sent her a text in April 2017 containing information about a promotion and informing her that she could reply “STOP” to unsubscribe. According to the suit, she replied “STOP” and then received another text that said she was “already unsubscribed from group.”
The plaintiff says she continued to receive the defendant’s promotional texts and attempted to cancel them each time, only to be informed that she had already unsubscribed. The suit argues that the defendant’s actions violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and consumed proposed class members’ time and resources.