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Case Status
Pending
Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff v. Human Resource Development Services, Inc., a corporation, also doing business as Saint James School of Medicine and HRDS; Delta Financial Solutions, Inc., a corporation, and Kaushik Guha, individually and as an officer of Human Resource Development Services, Inc., also doing business as Saint James School of Medicine, Defendants
FTC Matter/File Number
2123034
Civil Action Number
1:22-cv-01919
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Northern District of Illinois

Case Summary

The Federal Trade Commission has taken action against a for-profit medical school in the Caribbean and its Illinois-based operators, alleging they deceptively marketed the school’s medical license exam test pass rate and residency matches to lure prospective students. The school and its operators are also charged with violating the Holder Rule, which preserves rights for injured consumers, and the Credit Practices Rule, which protects consumers in credit contracts. The $1.2 million judgment against Saint James School of Medicine and its operators will go toward refunds and debt cancellation for students harmed by the deceptive marketing.