For Your Information: April 23, 2002
The Commission has approved an amended complaint in its case against Capital Choice Consumer Credit, Inc., et al. Through the action, the FTC has added Ecommex Corporation as a defendant in this advance-fee credit case. The vote to approve the amended complaint was 5-0. (FTC File No. X020038, Civ. No. 02-21050-CIV-Ungaro-Benages; staff contact is Brinley H. Williams, FTC East Central Region, 216-263-3414; see press release dated April 15, 2002.)
The Commission has approved an amended complaint in its case against TLD Networks, Inc. Through the action, the FTC has added TLD Networks, Ltd., a Channel Islands corporation, as a defendant in the case. The vote to approve the amended complaint was 5-0. (FTC File No. X020026, Civ. No. 020-1475; staff contacts are C. Steven Baker and Steven M. Wernikoff, FTC Midwest Region, 312-960-5634; see press release dated March 11, 2002.)
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