CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU TAKES ACTION AGAINST NATIONAL COLLEGIATE STUDENT LOAN TRUSTS, TRANSWORLD SYSTEMS FOR ILLEGAL STUDENT LOAN DEBT COLLECTION LAWSUITS All 800,000 Loans Will Be Independently Audited, Companies Will Pay at Least $21.6 Million and Stop Suing for Invalid or Unverified Debts Washington, D.C. – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today took action against… Read More


Fraud alert or credit freeze – which is right for you?  September 14, 2017 by Lisa Weintraub Schifferle Attorney, FTC, Division of Consumer and Business Education Considering a fraud alert or credit freeze? In the aftermath of the Equifax data breach, many people are. You don’t need to be an identity theft victim to use… Read More


Please contact us if Hunter Warfield is attempting to collect money from you in Illinois.… Read More


FTC Obtains Court Order Against Telemarketing Scheme that Preyed on Spanish-Speaking Consumers The Federal Trade Commission has ended an operation whose telemarketers in Peru used deceptive and abusive tactics to sell products for learning English to Spanish-speaking consumers in the United States. A federal court issued a default judgment resolving FTC charges brought in February 2017, alleging… Read More


FTC Obtains Court Orders Against Telemarketing Scheme That Falsely Pitched Money-Making Opportunities and Grants Defendants claimed affiliation with Amazon.com and the government The operators of a telemarketing scheme that pitched phony business and grant opportunities have agreed to be banned from those lines of business under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission, which alleged… Read More


FTC Charges Debt Collection Operation Took Consumers’ Money for Phantom Debts FOR RELEASE August 29, 2017 The Federal Trade Commission has charged a North Carolina debt collection operation with using intimidation and deception to take money from consumers for debts they did not owe, or that the defendants had no right to collect. A federal court temporarily halted… Read More


FTC Obtains Court Order: Debt Collector Banned from Debt Collection Business FOR RELEASE August 30, 2017 The final defendant in a debt collection scheme that illegally threatened to arrest or sue consumers and harassed their friends, family members and employers is banned from debt collection activities under a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission. The settlement… Read More


Consumer Financial Protection Bureau takes action to shut down credit repair company for charging illegal fees and misleading consumers Company banned from offering credit repair services and required to pay $150,000 penalty WASHINGTON , DC (August 30, 2017) — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today filed a proposed final judgment in federal court that would… Read More