DURHAM, NC (AP) — A federal jury in North Carolina is awarding greater than $20 million to fifty one,000 individuals on the Do Not Name registry who have been contacted by Dish Community.
The Herald-Solar of Durham studies (http://bit.ly/2jZGItJ ) a jury determined Friday to provide $four hundred to every of the individuals on the registry referred to as on the finish of a 5-day trial within the class-motion lawsuit.
The jury might have determined to award between $zero and $500. Dish Community despatched the newspaper an e mail saying is disagrees with the decision and is contemplating an attraction.
The telephone calls have been made by a defunct Dish Supplier.
A regulation agency reviewed 1.6 million calls to seek out those that violated the Do Not Name Registry created in 2003.
Info from: The Herald-Solar, http://www.herald-solar.com
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