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BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills have settled a two-year class-action lawsuit with a Florida man who accused the team of breaking the law over its text alerts.
According to U.S. District Court documents, the team has agreed to a $3 million settlement with Jerry Wojcik.
Wojcik argued the terms and conditions of the team's text alert program said he would only get three to five messages a week for the year, but he received more than that in some weeks.
His lawsuit argued the team violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. As part of the settlement, those who submit valid claims can apply for $2.5 million worth of debit cards good at the Bills Store at Ralph Wilson Stadium, or online. The rest of the settlement will go toward attorney fees.
- See more at: http://rochester.twcnews.com/content/news/725494/buffalo-bills-settle-lawsuit-over-text-alerts-for--3-million/#sthash.ecv63fF1.dpuf