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August 26, 2016

Woman Admits to Being in the ‘Business’ of Filing TCPA Lawsuits

Melody Stoops, a plaintiff in a recent suit against Wells Fargo, admitted to collecting at least 35 different pre-paid cell phones which were “specifically bought in order to manufacture lawsuits.”

“It’s my business. It’s what I do,” she testified, saying a friend in Nebraska gave her the idea for the business model. She has filed at least 11 TCPA cases in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania and has sent at least 25 pre-litigation demand letters. Her sister, Taisha Campbell, has filed similar lawsuits of her own.

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