It only takes one person to contact an attorney or a law firm and start a class action suit, although you are required to have about 20 more people in the wings who would also join the class. So you could start the ball rolling yourself if it weren't for the fact that it's highly unlikely you could find a firm or lawyer who would take on such a small case. But one never knows.
Looks as if you don't have a case unless you can get at least twenty people from this board or throughout the world who were hurt by Cellnuvo and who took screenshots of their losses, assuming a law firm or lawyer would even take the case.
I wouldn't qualify as a member of the class since I didn't lose any money during my time with CellNuvo.
He doesn't even mention this skeleton in the closet in his LinkedIn profile.
Just disappear? Don't think so in the internet world.
Tom mannix cellnuvo scam. crook. wannabe politician. Thief. Con artist.
"Nuvo, which also operates under the name Cellnuvo, is located in Chicago, Illinois."
I think this is one of the key questions here. Perhaps a slightly different take on it: were the terms of service of CellNuvo written in such a way that Nuvo was actually contractually obligated to deliver specific value for points earned or not? To me, that's question one, and question two is whether or not there is still an entity (Tom himself or otherwise) that can be "shaken down" to fulfill those obligations. Question three is whether you could practically accumulate enough participants and a lawyer.
I'm another one who will not be involved either way - I believe the amount I finally walked away from was between 2000 and 7000 of whatever it was called anymore (silver, last I was really keeping track). I had essentially decided the effort required to earn 10000 per year to keep paying for T-Mobile credit was not worth it anymore and I wasn't going to bother trying to get anything else out of it...that was a while before I found out through this forum that apparently the CellNuvo app was defunct and I was supposed to have switched to Swipir at some point. The amount of credit I walked away from is, to me, not even worth the effort of reinstalling the app to see if I can still find out exactly what that amount is.