Robo-calls are the topic of another class action lawsuit. This time Domino’s Pizza is the center of the lawsuit. Class members claim the franchisee, RPM Pizza, LLC, sent pre-recorded phone advertisements or “robo-calls” to consumers’ cell phones without authorization. The case is entitled Spillman v. Domino’s Pizza LLC and RPM Pizza LLC and is in the jurisdiction of the United States District Court for the District of Louisiana. Class members contend that Domino’s Pizza violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by sending these unwanted and unsolicited pre-recorded phone messages to potential customers in order to make a sale. This lawsuit will cover people in the states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. PizzaSettlement.com provides a claim form and other court documents as well as a helpful Domino’s Pizza Robo-Call Class Action Lawsuit FAQ. You can also enter your number at the Pizza Settlement website to see if you received a robo-call. Class members in the case are defined as anyone who received a robo-call on their cell phone by or on behalf of RPM advertising Domino’s pizza between the dates of May 20, 2006 and May 19, 2009 or May 20, 2009 and May 20, 2010 and lived in the states of Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi.
Domino’s Pizza denies any actions of wrong doing in the case but has agreed to settlement terms. In order to receive a settlement a class member MUST file a claim form by May 4, 2013. Depending on what class you fall into you might receive a Voucher for one large one topping pizza or a cash payment of up to $15. The two sub classes are named Merchandise Voucher Sub-Class and the Monetary Sub-Class. Class members will be represented by the following law firms:
BOHRER LAW FIRM, LLC
Christopher K. Jones
John P. Wolff, III
KEOGH, COX & WILSON, LTX.
A settlement hearing will be held at United States District Court for the District of Louisiana, 777 Florida Street, Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70801 on the 12 day of March 2013.