FTC Charges Seven Credit Repair Companies with Deceiving Consumers Throughout the U.S.

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on March 17, 2009

News release: “The Federal Trade Commission has charged seven related companies with violating federal law by falsely promising to remove negative information from consumers’ credit reports, even information that is accurate and current, and by charging an up-front fee and failing to provide written disclosures. The agency seeks to make them stop the violations and pay restitution to consumers.”

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