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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. Global Asset Financial Services Group, LLC, a limited liability company; Regional Asset Maintenance, LLC, a limited liability company, also doing business as RAM LLC, Midwestern Alliance, LLC, a limited liability company, 10D Holdings, Inc., a corporation, Trans America Consumer Solutions, LLC, a limited liability company, LLI Business Innovations, LLC, a limited liability company, TACS I, LLC, a limited liability company, formerly known as UPG, LLC, TACS II, LLC, a limited liability company, formerly known as BOC Processing, LLC, formerly known as BOC, LLC, TACS III, LLC, a limited liability company, formerly known as NRA, LLC, Cedar Rose Holdings & Development, Inc., a corporation, Ankh Ali, in his individual and corporate capacity, Aziza Ali, in her individual and corporate capacity, Kenneth Moody, in his individual and corporate capacity, David Carr, in his individual and corporate capacity, Jeremy Scinta, in his individual and corporate capacity, and Omar Hussain, in his individual and corporate capacity, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
182 3158
Civil Action Number
3:19cv55-GCM
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Western District of North Carolina

Case Summary

10 Companies and 10 individuals settled Federal Trade Commission allegations that their deceptive and unfair tactics violated the FTC Act and the Fair Debt Collection Practice Act. The action is part of the FTC's continuing crackdown on all players involved in phantom debt schemes, including those who sell fake debt portfolios and those who harass consumers to collect the phony debt. 

The Federal Trade Commission is sending payments totaling more than $1 million to 1,966 consumers who were harmed by a debt collection scheme that conned consumers into paying debts they did not owe. The defendants used several names including GAFS Group, Global Mediation Group, and Mediation Services.