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Auto Warranty Robocaller To Pay $2.3 Million, Sell Mercedes For Consumer Redress

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One of the telemarketers who blasted U.S. consumers with millions of illegal auto “warranty” robocalls last year will pay approximately $2.3 million, give up his Mercedes, and be barred from telemarketing, under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission that wraps up the agency’s case against the deceptive operation. In sum, the FTC is collecting nearly $3 million to reimburse ... Read More »

    Vehicle Service Contract Marketer Engaged in Misleading Telemarketing

    At the Federal Trade Commission’s request, a federal court has halted a Florida-based telemarketing operation that the FTC alleged was deceptively promoting so-called “extended auto warranties” to consumers nationwide. The court has issued a temporary restraining order against Fereidoun “Fred” Khalilian and his company, The Dolce Group Worldwide, LLC, d/b/a My Car Solutions. Khalilian is well-known to the FTC from ... Read More »

      Will Many Debt Settlement Marketers Start Selling Extended Warranty and Vehicle Service Contracts?

      I have to tell you I have the greatest readers in the world. Before I even have time to find the next area of concern, generally someone sends it to me. If you have a tip you want to share, send it to tips@getoutoffdebt.org. Vehicle service contracts or extended auto warranties have come under fire as the Federal Trade Commission ... Read More »

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