One of California’s biggest marijuana delivery services faces an uncertain future due to a possible class-action lawsuit.
A lawsuit was filed against San Francisco-based Eaze Solutions earlier this month, alleging that the cannabis delivery business violated federal law by sending out unsolicited text messages to their customers, reports Marijuana Business Daily.
The suit was filed by Farrah Williams of San Diego, who alleges that Eaze violated a 1991 law prohibiting companies from making unsolicited calls or sending uninvited text messages to possible clients, known as the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).
“The reality is that (Eaze) ‘growth hacked’ its way to the top of the pot delivery business – specifically, by relentlessly bombarding existing and prospective customers with text messages and other digital spam … without anyone’s permission,” the suit claims.
The lawsuit cites examples of texts such as: “We miss you! Make a purchase in the next 7 days and get $10 of credit to use on your following purchase. Shop now at www.eaze.com/menu.”
Williams claims she has received “dozens” of text messages spanning from September…