No, it is not. I know it is unfortunate that Spokeo did away with a lot of violations that used to be slam dunks, but you'll get over it eventually.
Jackson v. Abendroth & Russell, P.C., No. 416CV00113RGEHCA, 2016 WL 4942074, at *2 (S.D. Iowa Sept. 12, 2016)
The District Court, Rebecca Goodgame Ebinger, J., held that:
1. debtor did not suffer any concrete harm from debt collector's alleged procedural violations of FDCPA, and
2. Under Spokeo, a violation of the disclosure provisions of the FDCPA does not, by itself, constitute an intangible harm that satisfies the injury-in-fact requirement for Article III standing.
Motion to dismiss granted.
This Plaintiff couldn't even survive a 12(b)(1) motion.