Court Rejects TCPA Claim Where Plaintiff’s Counsel Knowingly Sent Revocation Letter to Improper Address

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We here at TCPAWorld have seen a number of varieties of trumped up TCPA lawsuits. Perhaps the most audacious (alleged) scheme what that of Lohman’s office that (allegedly) convinced borrowers to stop paying on loans and then scripted carefully-worded (and vague) revocation language for consumers to use to create lawsuits. That could be a RICO violation folks.

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