iQor, Allied Interstate Settle with CA District Attorneys for $9M in Call Volume Case

Allied Interstate LLC and its parent company, iQor Holdings, Inc., reached a settlement with several California county district attorneys’ offices over call volumes and other debt collection practices. A stipulated judgment in the litigation was entered on October 30, 2018.


According to a press release issued by the Santa Clara District Attorney’s office, Allied Interstate and iQor allegedly violated the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the California Rosenthal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act by “calling consumers with excessive frequency, sometimes hundreds of times and sometimes calling the wrong person numerous times; failing to cease calling even when advised that they had reached the wrong number; and using a robo-dialer, known as a ‘predictive dialer,’ to place calls to the cell phones of consumers without having adequate proof that the consumer had consented to be called on their cell phone.”

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