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FTC and CFPB Seek Public Comment on How Background Screening May Shut Renters out of Housing
Federal Trade Commission Extends Public Comment Period on Potential Updates to its Green Guides for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims
FTC Seeks Public Comment on Potential Updates to its ‘Green Guides’ for the Use of Environmental Marketing Claims
Federal Trade Commission, California Take Action To Shut Down Mortgage Relief Operation that Preyed on Struggling Homeowners
The FTC and six states filed a lawsuit against rental listing platform Roomster Corp. and its owners John Shriber and Roman Zaks for allegedly duping consumers seeking affordable housing by paying for fake reviews and then charging for access to phony listings. Separately, the FTC and the states filed a proposed order against Jonathan Martinez—who allegedly sold Roomster tens of thousands of fake reviews—requiring him to pay $100,000 and cooperate in the FTC’s case against Roomster.
FTC, States Sue Rental Listing Platform Roomster and its Owners for Duping Prospective Renters with Fake Reviews and Phony Listings
Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment Request; Extension (Regulation N)
Tenant Background Report Provider Settles FTC Allegations that it Failed to Follow Accuracy Requirements for Screening Reports
Dissenting Statement of Commissioner Rohit Chopra Regarding AppFolio
AppFolio will pay $4.25 million as part of a settlement with the FTC over allegations the firm failed to follow reasonable procedures to ensure the accuracy of its reports about potential tenants.
Concurring Statement of Commissioner Rebecca Kelly Slaughter In the Matter of AppFolio, Inc.
Court Orders Operators of Deceptive Rental Listing Websites to Pay $6 Million, Permanently Bans Them from Offering Rental Listings
Court Temporarily Halts Operators of Rental Listing Websites from Making False Claims About the Availability of Apartments That Accept Section 8 Vouchers and Other Rental Properties
Apartment Hunters, Inc. et al. (Wetakesection8.com)
FTC Action: Court Orders Ban Mortgage Relief Scammers from Mortgage Modification and Debt Relief Business
Wyndham Settles FTC Charges It Unfairly Placed Consumers’ Payment Card Information At Risk
Federal and State Agencies Stop Phony Mortgage Relief Schemes
FTC Sends Refunds to Consumers Duped by Mortgage Loan Modification Scam
Pennsylvania Home Builder Settles FTC Charges of Deceptive Mortgage Advertising
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