Global Processing Solutions, Advanced Mediation Group, Lamar Snow, Jahaan McDuffie, and Glentis Wallace

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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. Global Processing Solutions, LLC, formerly known as Global Processing Solutions, Inc., a Georgia limited liability company; Intrinsic Solutions, LLC, formerly known as Intrinsic Solutions, Inc., a Georgia limited liability company; North Center Collections, Inc., a Georgia corporation; Capital Security Investments, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Diverse Financial Enterprises, Inc., a Georgia corporation; American Credit Adjusters, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Advanced Mediation Group, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Apex National Services, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Mitchell & Maxwell, LLC, formerly known as Mitchell & Maxwell Investigative Services, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Mirage Distribution, LLC, a Georgia limited liability company; Lamar Snow, individually and as a corporate officer; Jahaan McDuffie, individually and as a corporate officer; and Glentis Wallace, also known as Glen Wallace, individually and as a corporate officer; Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

172 3160

X180006

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Case Summary

In November 2017, the Federal Trade Commission charged a Georgia-based debt collection business with tricking people into paying money for debts they did not owe. A federal court temporarily halted the scheme and froze its assets at the FTC’s request. In September 2018, the operators settled the FTC’s claims and are now banned from the debt collection business and from buying or selling debt. The FTC mailed refund checks in September 2019 totaling more than $516,000 to 3,977 consumers as part of the settlement.

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