FTC and U.S. Postal Service Send Special Message: "STAMP OUT JOB FRAUD" Agencies Announce Law Enforcement Actions Against Companies Promising Postal Jobs that Don't Exist

Agencies Announce Law Enforcement Actions Against CompaniesPromising Postal Jobs that Don't Exist

Media Advisory

 

 

A Colorado resident, who responded to an ad announcing postal jobs that didn't exist, will tell his story at a press conference to be held jointly by the Federal Trade Commission and the U.S. Postal Service on Thursday, January 22, 1998, at 10 a.m. The FTC and the USPS will hold the press conference to announce, "Stamp Out Job Fraud," a comprehensive new law enforcement and consumer education campaign to combat scam artists who violate federal law by falsely guaranteeing postal employment opportunities.

 

WHAT: "Stamp Out Job Fraud"
WHO:

Jodie Bernstein, Director of the Bureau of Consumer Protection
Federal Trade Commission  

Mary S. Elcano, Senior Vice President and General Counsel
U.S. Postal Service
Colorado resident

WHEN: Thursday, January 22, 1998, at 10:00 a.m.
WHO: Place, Room Number
Address
City, State
WHERE: Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. - Room 432
Washington, D.C. 20580

 

(The Room will be available at 9:00 a.m. for camera crews.)