Business service and supply giant Pitney Bowes has agreed to settle a “blast fax” class action by giving $26 coupons to plaintiffs for each week they received an unwanted fax — and $950,000 to the lawyers for the class.
The $2.9 million settlement ends a case originally filed in Cobb County, Ga., before being transferred to federal court. It began with Pitney Bowes’ 2007 purchase of the corporate assets of Laser Life, a Marietta, Ga.-based supplier of toner and other printer products, according to court filings.
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