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As I was the person who was working on getting a class action suit against Traffic Power off the ground, I can 100% truthfully say that there have been several attempts to get a class action suit against Traffic Power started. I have not pursued this in several months, and at this time I do not know if I am going to continue pursuing it.
The FACT that Google has admitted to banning Traffic Power and many of their customers should, IN MY OPINION, make it that much easier to start a class action suit against Traffic Power, but as I no longer own my own business, and do not sit behind a computer hooked up to the internet all day, I don't know if I will have the time needed to take the job on. Below are postings of just a few of my attempts over the years to start a class action suit against Traffic Power. As this was the first time I've ever tried to start a class action suit, I have no idea if the problems I ran into were the norm or not.




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Update 11/17/05

I have just received an email from the lawyer who has been working on the class action suit against Traffic Power for 15 months. This lawyer, John Halebian from the law firm Lovell Stewart Halebian LLP contacted me on August 9th 2004, saying that his firm had done some research, and that they thought there was "a basis to bring litigation". I would like to stress again, he contacted me and offered to take the case. At the time, I had been working with a law firm in New Mexico, and although things were progressing, the law firm involved was not exactly excited about the whole thing, so when I received the email from Mr. Halebian, it looked like the gods were finally smiling on our cause. It appears that I couldn't have been more wrong. As the months went by, I furnished Mr. Halebian with every iota of information he requested. Over the years, I've received thousands of emails from people who have been affected by Traffic Power, from those like myself who have lost a couple of thousand dollars, to companies who have had to lay off employees and even go out of business completely. Also, I've heard from 17 ex-employees of Traffic Power, who have furnished me with a ton of information. All of this information was offered to Mr. Halebian.

As the months went by, I got a bit antsy, and finally in January of 2005, I sent Mr. Halebian an email asking for some kind of update. On January 6th, 2005 Mr. Halebian emailed me a "draft complaint" that was about half filled out, and said that "the case has been on the front burner and we should get very close to wrapping this up in a week or two." Again, that was January 6th, 2005, over 11 months ago. Every couple of months, I would ask for an update, and I would receive excuses along with assurances that the law firm was still very interested, "even more so than before". In the meantime, I was receiving emails every day, from Traffic Power customers who felt that they did not receive all that they were promised asking me for information on the class action suit. I told each person the same thing, that the class action suit was in the works, and as soon as I knew something, I would post it on my website. And here is the post as promised, I'm writing today to say that I have received an email from Mr. Halebian, the man working on the class action suit for over 15 months, that says his firm will "not be able to continue to pursue any type of legal redress on your behalf".

The reason? It seems that since Mr. Halebian's law firm is in New York, and Traffic Power is in Nevada, a Nevada law firm is needed to help with the suit, a firm that is experienced in consumer fraud, Nevada law, and class actions. As far as I know, Mr. Halebian had contacted one law firm, at least that was all I was aware of. Apparently this law firm has passed on helping with the class action suit, and so, Mr. Halebian has decided to drop the whole thing.

So, it looks like we are back to square one. I'd like to apologize to the thousands of people who have emailed me asking about the class action suit. I will start contacting new law firms tomorrow. I do have a LOT more information now than I did 15 months ago, so things should go a little quicker this time. Unfortunately, I have virtually nothing to show for the past 15 months, except for a half filled out form, but hopefully the next law firm will be able to do a better job than Lovell Stewart Halebian LLP.

I did offer to Mr. Halebian a chance to address everyone about what he has been doing with the lawsuit for the past 15 months. If he decides to answer, I will post his response here. I'd personally like to see what 15 months of work on a case like this looks like, and I'm sure a couple of thousand other people would like to see what they've been waiting for all this time also. If Mr. Halebian decides to share this information with me, I'd be more than happy to post it here if that is appropriate, or pass it along to the next law firm if it is not information I can show here.

Class Action Law Suit

Update 5/12/05: Thanks for everyone who has emailed me from New Mexico. While the NM lawyer was (slowly) working on the case, I received a call from a law firm in New York who wanted to take the case on, so I switched over to them, and it has been in their hands ever since. I've received the paperwork that they are going to file, it was incomplete and looked like a lot of legal mumbo jumbo to me, but it was the real deal, and they are still working on it. When the lawsuit is finally official, I will post details on this page.

UPDATE 8/19: OK, we have so far TWO companies in New Mexico that are ready to help out. They have been in contact with the law firm handling this case and things are moving forward. I still can't make any promises, but things are looking good. I'll post info here as I get it. We could still use some more New Mexico companies!

We're looking for someone in New Mexico who was a Traffic Power customer who feels that they did not receive all that they were promised! We have a law firm interested, but they are in New Mexico, so they have to prove that Traffic Power has defrauded someone there before they can start any kind of lawsuit. If your company is in New Mexico, EMAIL ME!

If you would like to be included in the Class Action lawsuit against Traffic-Power, email me with your complaints against Traffic Power at