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A California Man is taking a national pizza chain to court for texting him too many pizza offers via an automated marketing system. This case may be legally valid: Because the claimatn texted “STOP” to the robo-text system and the messages kept coming, the practice could be a violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

The court filing argued the texts cause Anozie “to suffer a significant amount of anxiety, frustration, and annoyance.” The case hasn’t been resolved, and the claimant is asking for $500 per text received.

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