Aug. 19 — A proposed 30.5 million settlement between Wells Fargo Bank and consumers who said the bank violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) has received an initial okay from a federal court ( Cross v. Wells Fargo Bank NA, N.D. Ga., No. 15-cv-01270, preliminary approval 8/18/16 ).
Kenisha Cross filed a class complaint against the bank in April 2015, saying she received calls on her cell phone from telephone numbers associated with Wells Fargo’s overdraft and recovery department. She claimed to represent two nationwide classes of persons who received specified calls from Wells Fargo over a four-year period.
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