First Arkansas Bank & Trust Doctors Club Fax Spam Credit Card Offer Class Action Settlement
All persons within the United States who on or after four years prior to the filing of this Action, were successfully sent a facsimile transmission advertising the commercial availability or quality of any property, goods, or services by or on behalf of Defendants related to “Doctors Club” credit cards.
$46 to $117
Proof of Purchase
Davis Neurology, P.A. v. First Arkansas Bank & Trust, et. al.Case No. 4:16CV00371 BSMUnited States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas, Western Division
Plaintiff claims that the Defendant and others violated the Telephone Consumer Protections Act (the “TCPA”) by sending facsimile transmissions advertising the availability of “Doctors Club” credit cards. Defendant denies these allegations and denies any claim of wrongdoing. The Court did not decide in favor of Plaintiff or Defendant or any of the other named defendants. Instead, Plaintiff and Defendant agreed to this settlement to avoid the risk and cost of a trial, and so that the settlement class members will receive compensation. By entering into the settlement, Defendant has not conceded the truth or validity of any of the claims against them. Plaintiff and its attorneys (“Class Counsel”) think the settlement is best for all persons in the proposed settlement class.
Davis Neurology v. Dental Equities
P.O. Box 10329
Dublin, OH 43017-0329