FTC Sues to Stop Deceptive Debt Relief Operation Complaint is Agency’s First against Defendants Promising Payday Loan Debt Relief The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint in federal district court, aiming to stop an operation that has targeted consumers with outstanding payday loans, saying they could help resolve those debts but then providing little… Read More


Please contact us if Archerfield Funding has sued you or you have received a dunning letter on one of its loans.… Read More


Please contact us if Opportunity Financial has sued you or you have received a dunning letter on one of its loans.… Read More


Please contact us if Title Loan Company  has sued you or you have received a dunning letter on one of its loans.… Read More


FTC, New York Attorney General Crack Down on Abusive Debt Collectors Charges Cite Harassing Conduct, False and Deceptive Claims Made to Consumers The Federal Trade Commission, jointly with the New York State Office of the Attorney General, has filed complaints aimed at shutting down two particularly egregious and abusive debt collection operations centered in Buffalo,… Read More


U.S. Department of Education to End Contracts with Several Private Collection Agencies After finding high incidences of materially inaccurate representations, Department acts to protect consumers FEBRUARY 27, 2015 Contact:   (202) 401-1576, press@ed.gov Following a review of 22 private collection agencies, the U.S. Department of Education announced today that it will wind down contracts with five… Read More


Identity Theft Tops FTC’s Consumer Complaint Categories Again in 2014 Agency Also Notes a Large Increase in Complaints About “Imposter” Scams FOR RELEASE February 27, 2015 Identity theft topped the Federal Trade Commission’s national ranking of consumer complaints for the 15thconsecutive year, while the agency also recorded a large increase in the number of complaints… Read More