CD Capital Investments, LLC

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Federal Trade Commission v. CD Capital Investments, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company; CD Capital, LLC, a California Limited Liability Company; GDS Information Services, Inc., a California Corporation; Christian D. Quezada; Tuan Dinh Duong, also known as Thomas Duong, Andrew Vu, and Kevin Young; and Gabriel Drews Stewart, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

132 3289

X140035

Civil Action Number:

8:14-cv-01033-JLS-RNB

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Federal Court:
Central District of California
Related Case:

Impetus Enterprise, Inc.

Case Summary

In September 2016, the FTC announced a court order banning the operators of an alleged mortgage relief scam that preyed upon distressed homeowners from the debt relief business. The final orders banned the defendants from selling secured or unsecured debt relief products or services, and prohibited them from misrepresenting any financial or other products or services. The orders imposed a judgment of more than $1.7 million. The FTC’s July 2014 complaint alleged the defendants claimed they could lower consumers’ mortgage payments and interest rates or prevent foreclosure, pretended to be affiliated with a government agency or consumers’ lenders or servicers, and illegally charged advance fees for these services. The FTC announced additional settlements in the case through March 2020.

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