AceShowbiz - Teresa Giudice's new husband Luis Ruelas is facing a legal problem. It has been reported that a top law firm has launched an investigation into Luis' company Digital Media Solutions in addition to preparing to file a huge lawsuit.
According to the Media Take Out, Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP announced their investigation of Digital Media Solutions, Inc. in a press announcement on Wednesday, March 3. It claimed that DMS and its directors' and officers possibly violated state laws.
The attorneys also urged people to contact them and take part in the potential lawsuit if they own Digital Media Solutions stock. The stock in Luis' company, which is publicly traded, has been descending as it dropped from a high of $3.44 last year to only 62 cents now.
This isn't the first time Digital Media Solutions faced several lawsuits for alleged illegal practices as there were at least three complaints filed against the company throughout 2021. The digital advertising company was accused of violating the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). According to legal experts, the law "restricts telemarketing certain phone calls, text messages, and facsimiles." It also places restrictions on the use of automatic dialing systems and artificial or pre-recorded voice messages.
In January of the year, a man by the name of Graham Hooper from Florida claimed that Digital Media Solutions engaged in "unsolicited text messaging with no regard for consumers' privacy rights." One lawsuit, which has been dismissed, featured texts that were allegedly sent in June 2020 and offered services such as "free months of insurance" and car deals. The victim stated the text messages caused him harm, were an invasion of his privacy as well as disrupted his daily life.
In a separate complaint filed by a Florida woman in July 2021, she alleged Luis, who was trolling fans online, and his company was cold calling her and sent her several unsolicited text messages. The messages included website links that would redirect to his products, including but not limited to "Quotza.com, which sells auto insurance quotes." The case was also dismissed later.
An Illinois-based company named Insurance King Agency, Inc. additionally accused DMS of "false advertisements" and "copyright infringements." Not stopping there, the husband of "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" star was also named in a lawsuit for allegedly mismanaging funds for C.H. Robinson Worldwide, Inc, a vendor he worked with.