According to the document, Jonathan Anozie claims that Papa John’s started texting him in March, reports CNet. It’s unclear just how many texts there were total. Anozie claims that the messages were in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, and says Papa John’s should pay $500 for each one.One of the sample texts reads: “Papa John’s: This Deal>>ANY 2 Large Pizzas up to 5-Toppings or Specialty for $9.99 each. Code: Text325 Thru 3/27 @http://PapaJohns.com/n. Reply STOP to cancel.”Anozie says he texted back “STOP” many times, but Papa John’s just kept on trying to lure him in with its deals on large pies.Anozie’s lawyer Trinette G. Kent says all of these texts caused her client emotional distress. “Defendant’s calls directly and substantially interfered with Plaintiff’s right to peacefully enjoy a service that Plaintiff paid for and caused Plaintiff to suffer a significant amount of anxiety, frustration, and annoyance,” she writes.
I wonder if Captain Whiny Pants ever called Papa Johns and tried to handle this without a lawsuit? I doubt it, he saw $$$$$. I guess not all the Special Snowflakes are college students