Birchmeier et al v. Caribbean Cruise Line Inc.
Had you received marketing calls offering a FREE cruise for taking a survey?
A class action lawsuit was brought against Caribbean Cruise Lines for placing automated survey calls to consumers between August 1, 2011 and August 31, 2012 that offered a free cruise in exchange for taking a political and/or public opinion survey. The plaintiffs alleged that Caribbean Cruise Lines marketed timeshare and vacation properties through the calls. Many, but not all, of the surveys were from Political Surveys of America. If an individual was offered the opportunity to participate in the survey in exchange for a free cruise, after answering the survey questions, he or she then had the option of being transferred to a Caribbean Cruise Line representative. This class action lawsuit claimed a violation to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
Do you remember receiving marketing calls on your landline or cell phone?
You may choose to Opt Out of the class action and pursue an individual case if you received one or more auto-dialed marketing calls. Contact Flitter Milz today for a FREE CONSULTATION. We will discuss your options and potential violation of your consumer rights.
Act Immediately! Deadline to Opt Out: Monday, January 23, 2017.