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FTC Finalizes Order with Online Alcohol Marketplace for Security Failures that Exposed Personal Data of 2.5 million People
Drizly, LLC., In the Matter of
The Federal Trade Commission is taking action against the online alcohol marketplace Drizly and its CEO James Cory Rellas over allegations that the company’s security failures led to a data breach exposing the personal information of about 2.5 million consumers.
FTC Takes Action Against Drizly and its CEO James Cory Rellas for Security Failures that Exposed Data of 2.5 Million Consumers
First American Payment Systems, LP
The Federal Trade Commission took action against payment processing company First American Payment Systems and two of its sales affiliates for targeting small- and medium-sized businesses. The FTC alleges that the defendants made false claims about fees and cost savings to lure merchants, many of whom had limited English proficiency. Once merchants were enrolled, the defendants withdrew funds from their accounts without their consent, and made it difficult and expensive for them to cancel the service. Under a proposed federal court order, the defendants will be required to return $4.9 million to harmed businesses, stop their deception, and make it easier for merchants to cancel their services.
Protecting Military Servicemembers and Veterans from Financial Scams and Fraud: Prepared Statement of the Federal Trade Commission Before the House Subcommittee on National Security
FTC Details Its Enforcement Actions to Crack Down on Fraud Against the Military Community in Testimony Before House Oversight Subcommittee
FTC Halts Deceptive Credit Repair Operation that Filed Fake Identity Theft Complaints
Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book 2021
FTC Marks Identity Theft Awareness Week for 2022 January 31-February 4
FTC Announces Tentative Agenda for January 20 Open Commission Meeting
FTC, Partners Kick off Military Consumer Month 2021
Smart Home Monitoring Company Vivint Will Pay $20 Million to Settle FTC Charges That It Misused Consumer Credit Reports
Vivint Smart Home, Inc.
Smart home security and monitoring company Vivint Smart Homes Inc. has agreed to pay $20 million to settle Federal Trade Commission allegations that the Utah-based firm misused credit reports to help unqualified customers obtain financing for the company’s products and services.
Prepared Statement of the Federal Trade Commission: Strengthening the Federal Trade Commission's Authority to Protect Consumers
Protecting Consumers During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Year in Review
One Year into COVID-19 Pandemic, New FTC Staff Report Highlights Agency’s Ongoing Efforts to Protect Consumers
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