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A company that sent bills to consumers for services consumers did not order has agreed to settle FTC charges that the billing scheme violated federal law. The company is barred from billing consumers without their express consent and is required to monitor the vendors with which it does business...
New York-based Scholastic Inc. (Scholastic) and two of its subsidiaries, Scholastic-at-Home (SAH) and Grolier Incorporated (Grolier), have agreed to settle allegations that they violated laws enforced by the FTC in marketing their negative option book clubs.
BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. has agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that its failure to take appropriate security measures to protect the sensitive information of thousands of its customers was an unfair practice that violated federal law. According to the FTC, this information was used...
Commission approval of final consent order: Following a public comment period, the Commission has approved a final consent order in the matter concerning Vision I Properties, LLC, d/b/a Cartmanager International. The Commission vote to approve the final consent order was 5-0. (FTC File No. 042-3068...
Commission approval of final consent order: Following a public comment period, the Commission has approved the issuance of a final consent order in the matter concerning Nationwide Mortgage Group, Inc., et al. The Commission vote approving the final consent order was 5-0. (FTC Docket No. X09319;...
NOTE: Subsequent to the issuance of this press release, Congress eliminated the five-year time limit on Do Not Call registrations. Registrations never expire. Once you add a number to the Do Not Call Registry, you do not need to register it again.

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