Chase Auto Finance Faces Class Action over Cell Phone Calls

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New York, NY: A class action lawsuit has been filed against Defendants Chase Auto Finance Corp. ("Chase Auto Finance") and its parent company, J.P. Morgan Chase, NA ("J.P. Morgan") in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin on behalf of all persons in the United States who, since 2007, received non-emergency, autodialed calls from Chase Auto Finance on their cell phones, despite the lack of their prior consent.

According to the complaint Defendants violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act ("TCPA") by using automatic dialing systems to contact cell phone users about vehicle debts without their prior consent. As described in the complaint, Ms. Eichner, the named plaintiff in the suit, was repeatedly contacted in the last 12 months on her cell phone about a relative's car loan for which she had no responsibility. The plaintiff never consented to those calls, nor did she provide the companies with her telephone number.

Under the TCPA, Defendants could be ordered to pay attorneys' fees, litigation expenses and costs of the lawsuit, and statutory damages of $500 for each negligent violation, and/or $1500 for each knowing and/or willing violation

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Sign me up / Chase has been a nightmare since the day I leased my vehicle 2016 Mazda CX5.

Sending me violations in collections that they never paid in a timely matter.. DONT LEASE PAY CASH.

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