$3.7M Settlement Reached in Robocall Case Against Patriot Payment Group

As reported in Law 360, a $3.7 million settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit brought against Patriot Payment Group for robocalls it made to around 265,000 cellphone users to advertise merchant processing services.

The lead plaintiff, Diana Mey, was represented by John Barrett, Jonathan R. Marshall and Ryan M. Donovan of Bailey & Glasser, as well as by attorneys with Broderick & Paronich PC and the Law Office of Matthew P. McCue.

Mey, who had her cellphone number on the Do Not Call Registry since 2003, said she received numerous calls from PPG in January and February 2015. Two years of litigation preceded the settlement agreement.

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