Posted by Xena
So you had a cell phone, and a Facebook Page, and you agreed to receive text messages from Facebook. Then, you exchanged, lost, or cancelled your cell phone account. For whatever the reason, you now have a new cell phone number. Your old phone number is assigned to someone else and guess what? They are now receiving text messages from Facebook intended for you.
They new owner of the phone number wants Facebook to stop sending them text messages intended for you, but Facebook doesn’t stop. The owner of the Facebook page has to confirm that they no longer want text messages sent to their old cell phone number. You’re not the owner of the Facebook page and cannot make changes to the Facebook account that belongs to someone else.
Last year, Facebook settled a case filed by a Florida woman who sued them for unwanted texts. This time around, lawyers are seeking to certify a class. Read the rest of this entry →