What began as an action by the Federal Trade Commission against Brandon Frere, AFB, AF Student Services, Ameritech Financial, and Financial Education Benefits Center has almost reached its conclusion, reporting to prison.
As a result of Frere’s student loan assistance activities, he was nabbed by the FBI at the airport.
Frere was to report to prison on October 16, 2020, but the U.S. government needs some more time to process the statements regarding the impact his debt relief operation had.
A new court document says, “In the weeks following the sentencing hearing, the government has produced approximately 12,000 pages of Victim Impact Statements to the defense. The government anticipates producing another 500 statements in the coming weeks, along with spreadsheets and other data the government has collected from third parties relevant to the issue of restitution.”
Because of the volume of information, the government has requested Frere’s date to report to prison be pushed back to January 15, 2021.
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