Tampa couple wins $1M from Bank of America in robocall suit

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Tampa couple wins $1M from Bank of America in robocall suit

Tampa couple wins $1M from Bank of America in robocall suit

Tampa Bay Business Journal-

A federal judge in Tampa sent a clear message to Bank of America Thursday by ordering it to pay a local couple $1,051,000 for violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act and the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act.

Plaintiffs Nelson and Joyce Coniglio of Tampa sued the nation’s second largest bank in July after enduring four years of multiple robocalls per day attempting to collect mortgage debt.

BoA failed to respond to the complaint and in October the court granted a default judgment, thus awarding the Coniglios the seven-figure sum. The bank then asked the court in November to vacate the default, but on Thursday U.S. District Judge Elizabeth A Kovachevich denied that motion.

[TAMPA BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL]

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