Mobile Content Settlement
- Obtain more information in regards to the class action lawsuit entitled Cullan and Cullan LLC v. m-Qube Inc., et al.
- Class members in the case contend that certain mobile content providers violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA)
- The case is being heard in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska
The Mobile Content Settlement lawsuit claims that class members were sent unsolicited/unwanted text messages with mobile content sent from Premium Shortcodes in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. These mobile text messages includes annoying messages such as ring tones, bothersome horoscopes, stupid emojis, and celebrity gossip/news. The Mobile Content Settlement includes two type of classes: 1. plaintiff Cullan and Cullan LLC and defendant CF Enterprises Pty. Ltd., and 2. between plaintiff Cullan and Cullan LLC and defendants Post SMS Co. Americas Inc. and Post SMS Co. Qube Inc. (collectively, “PostSMS”). The lawsuit settlement was approved on Sept. 27, 2016 abd it should be noted that the defendants denie all actions of wrong doing in the case. Class members have until May 31, 2017 to file a claim in the case (claims can be filed online or by mail). Those who file a claim via US mail should send it to: Mobile Content Settlement c/o Dahl Administration P.O. Box 3614 Minneapolis, MN 55403-0614 (please see primary sources below for the link to file a claim online).
Mobile Content Settlement Quick Notes
- This case is number 8:13-cv-00172
- A settlement fairness hearing will take place on March 2, 2017
- Lawyers Ben Barnow and Ralph Phalen will represent the class members
- The counsel for the defense is listed as Ari N. Rothman and Michael T. Hilgers
- It is estimated that CF Enterprises Class Members may claim per unauthorized message and Post SMS Class Members may claim for each Subscription Charge Claim
- Class members are NOT required to hire a lawyer and DO NOT have to attend the fairness hearing in order to receive a slice of the settlement pie
Please note when filing a claim the Mobile Content Settlement class members must have the mobile phone number that received the allegedly unsolicited text messages or incurred subscription charges.