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March 05, 2004

Bowling for Dollars: Junk FAXer Settles for $1M+

According to an article at law.com:

A bowling business that sent out as many as 352,000 unsolicited faxes will settle a class action for up to $1 million cash and $1.5 million in coupons. However, it's not clear how much of the money will be paid out.

The settlement came under criticism from a lawyer with his own fax case against the bowling company, AMF Bowling Centers, who said the company was getting off too easily.

Excellent - maybe the word will spread and these pests will quit wasting our FAX paper.

For more information about junk faxes, see www.junkfaxes.org (apparently hosted by a consumer) or www.tcpa.com (apparently a law firm site).

March 5, 2004 in Marketing | Permalink


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