He refers to Lessiere case in Florida that resulted in a default. "more than 150,000" means that attorney fees were added, the total (IMO absolutely non-collectable) amount was. 153,770.00. There are couple of mysteries surrounding this case, TAC looked into it.
Here is another very interesting comment (posted a minute ago):
I received a notice that Limewire was being sued and because I was a paying customer I was entitled to a settlement amount. I filled out a form where the settlement would be sent. This would account for how the perps got my personal information. However, another P2P is called "Spotify" and it posts on facebook songs you download and listen too. The songs I was accused of downloading illegally were downloaded only to Spotify and not Limewire, so maybe facebook was hacked to get my personal info as well.
Thanks, Mike I posted an update, linking previous incarnations of this site cached by Google, and they are even more brazen (funny enough: a picture of their "Director" assigned by "the President" is a stock image, and most likely the crooks did not pay for it).
Also, this comment, if truthful, may shed some light to the mysterious way the crooks obtained more or less valid instances of file-sharing and contact information. Note this is not the first time I hear about the connection between "Limewire settlement scam" and this one.