The Federal Trade Commission halted two operations that deceived consumers who were looking for help dealing with their debts, including one firm that tricked people by impersonating federal government agencies. The two firms agreed to settlements with the FTC that ban them from the business of debt relief services. As part of its continuing crackdown on scams that target consumers ... Read More »
A Peak Behind FTC Action Against Christopher Mallett Which Involves World Law Debt. Interesting Stuff.
A lawyer friend just forwarded me an interesting document if you are a total debt relief geek like me. It’s a judicial opinion issued which looks at the FTC action and requests in the efforts to go after Christopher Mallett, which I reported in World Law Debt and Others Sued by FTC for Misrepresentation. I think it sheds a bit ... Read More »
The FTC has stepped in and sued some debt relief companies in an effort to get them to stop impersonating federal agencies. This case is important since it targets the claims made by a debt relief agency and requires the claims made to be true. The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint in U.S. District Court to halt the ... Read More »