Defendants in Student Loan Debt Relief Scheme Banned from Industry in Settlement with FTC and Florida

Operators of student loan debt relief schemes Settle FTC Charges. Under the settlement order, the defendants are banned from debt relief and telemarketing activities and from making misrepresentations or unsubstantiated claims related to financial or other products or services. The order includes a judgment of more than $9 million,

The Federal Trade Commission and the State of Florida have taken action against two operations charged with running phony student loan debt relief schemes, and defendants in a similar FTC action brought earlier this year have agreed to a ban on participating in any debt relief business, as part of a.

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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.

The operators of two Florida-based student loan debt relief schemes are banned from the debt relief business as part of agreements settling federal Trade Commission allegations that they collected illegal upfront fees and falsely promised to help some consumers enroll in government programs that would reduce or forgive their student loan debt, according to a news release from the FTC.

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