A class-action lawsuit was filed against Sunrun Inc., a solar panel company, in California Superior Court. The lawsuit alleges that the company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) by selling solar products and using automated phone dialers and prerecorded messages. The class-action suit was settled two years ago. Loftus alleged that he received more than eight calls from Media Mix before he canceled the contracts. In January of this year, Loftus answered one of these calls and heard a pause and click. He immediately contacted Sunrun and asked them not to call him again but he continued to receive the calls.

The settlement includes a $5 million price tag that will be divided between a common settlement fund for class-action class members.

The company is expected to pay approximately $57 per class member. As a class-action lawsuit, the plaintiff would receive an average of $3,600. The class-action suit is still pending in California. But there’s no need to give up hope. The plaintiff’s attorneys have filed a case against Sunrun.

The Sunrun class-action lawsuit has reached a tentative settlement. The price tag of $5. 5 million will go to a common settlement fund for class members. Each person in the class would receive compensation of $57. The plaintiff, Susan Knapp, led the lawsuit and cited multiple instances of unsolicited calls from Sunrun’s representatives promoting its solar equipment. Her number was registered on the National Do Not Call Registry since 2009 and had never been used by the company.

The Sunrun lawsuit includes two classes – the owners of Sunrun, and the consumers who were contacted by them.

Both classes claim that the company violated the TCPA and acted negligently. The class-action suits could potentially cost the company anywhere from $500 to $1,500 per call, depending on the severity of the violation. A final hearing is scheduled for May 6, 2021. Until then, Sunrun has the upper hand and will continue to fight against any violations of the TCPA.

The Sunrun class action lawsuit has been filed by a California consumer who claims the company violated the TCPA. The plaintiff claims that the company has repeatedly called her and ignored her requests to opt out of unsolicited calls. The plaintiff says that she had a National Do Not Call registry since 2009, but despite this, Sunrun continues to call her. The complaint claims the company had complied with the TCPA in the state of California.

Several companies have filed similar lawsuits against Sunrun.

This one, however, is being tried in state court, and the judge is not expected to rule on the case. The lawsuit aims to limit the amount of time that the company has to respond to the allegations. It is also based on the number of customers it has served. The California Public Utilities Commission has approved five percent rate increases for Southern California Edison and the Pacific Gas & Electric company this year.

The Sunrun lawsuit is divided between two classes of consumers. The lawsuit claims that the defendants violated the TCPA by sending text messages and making unauthorized calls to the plaintiff’s cell phone. While this is a class-action lawsuit, it may be difficult to prove in the courts. Moreover, a settlement will prevent the company from facing further legal costs and risks. The class-action suits against Sunrun have been dismissed in many states.

A class-action lawsuit against Sunrun has been approved in federal court.

The class-action lawsuit alleges that the company used illegal robocalling techniques to collect information about consumers. As a result, the company is now paying out $5.5 million to its customers. Until the trial, the plaintiffs have the right to appeal this settlement in federal court. While the lawsuit will not resolve the case, it will still affect its brand and reputation.

The class-action suit against Sunrun alleges that the company violated the TCPA by sending texts and making unsolicited calls to residents. The plaintiffs’ claims against the company are not limited to the TCPA but include other laws as well. Although the lawsuit does not specifically mention the legalities, the company is claiming that its actions violated the TCPA. These laws require companies to disclose the nature of their services.

4 thoughts on “Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Sunrun Inc.”
  1. I filed a pro se federal court action – styled Timothy Aguilar v. Sunrun Inc – Case # 4:22-CV-00694 in the U.S. Dist. Court for the Southern Dist. in Houston Division – this company utilizes a call center out of the United States to make its call to consumers, spoofs the caller ID and even allows for its representatives from out of the country to use American names – alias of course.

  2. My late-husband Joe was in mental decline when he agreed to have solar panels placed on our 16 year old roof. Joe died on November 2021 (12 days before his 73rd birthday), 9 months after these panels were installed.

    The first solar company who came to my house I discouraged them and they left.

    But then Joe made arrangements with this Sunrun company behind my back when I was at work. I found out that they were going to install these panels much later when my husband already signed a contract with Sunrun.

    No one wanted to buy my house because of the solar panel loan. They do not want to assumethe Sunrun loan in addition to the mortgage, etc.

    Now the roof is 17 years old, the homeowners insurance premium is twice as much, almost $5,000. Prospective buyers are requiring a new roof (which will cost me $17,000) and this should bring down the premium of the homeowners insurance for the buyer.

    Sunrun wants to charge $6,000 to remove and replace the panels.

    The payoff amount is nearly $30,000 for the solar panels.

    My name is not on the contract with Sunrun. I want to know if I am still legally responsible for paying Sunrun even though I did not agree to this and I did not sign any contract. I want to hold them responsible for putting a set of panels on old roof. And I also feel that they took advantage of my husband in his state of mental decline & age. Joe had been taken advantage of by scammers before because he was very trusting and vulnerable.

    I have found some lawsuits against Sunrun and I have already reached out to those attorneys but I have not heard back from them yet.

  3. Last September we got Sunrun but actually we never got it they’ve dragged on for almost a year now and still can’t get it approved they said they would do it May 7 well it’s May 10 let’s see if they do it they have Costs money because our power was off for a week and it cost us $1000 for propane for a generator it should’ve been turned on they need to compensate us time is suffering we were freezing in our animals almost died because we had to live in one room to heat that house up

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