Thursday, February 15, 2024

Vintage Stock, Oklahoma City man reach settlement in text message harassment lawsuit

A motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by an Oklahoma City, Oklahoma man against Joplin-based Vintage Stock was filed today in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri indicating a settlement has been reached.

The joint motion stipulates that the case be dismissed with prejudice meaning it can't be refiled with both sides covering their own costs.

In the lawsuit, Chad Stapleton claimed he never gave permission to Vintage Stock to send robotext messages and that the messages violated the Oklahoma Telephone Solicitation Act of 2022.

Details of the settlement were not included in the filing.

More details about the lawsuit can be found at the link below.

The Turner Report: Class action suit accuses Vintage Stock of text message harassment (


Anonymous said...

I think the dude might have been paid to go away.

I think the dude might have been paid extra to keep to not talk about getting paid to go away!

Anonymous said...

This is Great - - I am on the National Do Not Call List - - Any Phone / Text Solicitors - Should be Fined / Sued into Extinction that do not have my permission to contact me - They need to be Stopped from their Robo Calling / Texting / Emailing.

Now if the Large Phone Vendors - Could Stop these similar Robo Callers from Spamming Numbers and Calling / Texting - from Offshore Call Centers - that would also be Great - -

Anonymous said...

Can I text you?