Defendants in Student Loan Debt Relief Scheme Banned from Industry in Settlement with FTC and Florida
The FTC said both companies collected illegal advance fees from consumers in exchange for their debt relief services. But Student Debt Doctor and American Student Loan Consolidators did not use.
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According to the FTC, the defendant companies enticed student loan borrowers with promises that they could get rid of all their debt and repair their credit. These services were offered for an illegal up-front fee, and the defendants went as far as to post fake positive reviews online to scam more borrowers.
To help make consumers aware of fraudulent debt relief services, the FTC offers advice about student loan debt relief, in English and Spanish, and the latest in a series of graphic novels about scams targeting Latino communities – Maria and Rafael Learn the Signs of a Debt Relief Scam.
Mortgage Relief Defendant Banned from Debt Relief Business in Settlement with FTC. According to the FTC, the operation typically charged consumers $3,900 in unlawful advance fees and touted a 98-100 percent success rate. The defendants, typically operating as Preferred Law PLLC, Consumer Defense LLC, or American Home Loans,
PDR argues that the Hobbs Act “speaks only to jurisdiction over a specific type of proceeding: one for direct review of agency action, in which the petitioner seeks declaratory or injunctive relief.
Parties must show that the court is able to (i) approve the proposed settlement and, (ii) if a class has not been certified, that the court will be able to certify the class for purposes of judgment.
The FTC has obtained a settlement with an unlawful debt relief and credit repair operation for violating the FTC Act, the Telemarketing Sales Rule, and the Credit Repair Organizations Act after they allegedly bilked millions of dollars from consumers by falsely promising to reduce or eliminate their student loan debt and offering them non.
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