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A lesson for WordSmart: Tell the truth

If you’re a parent, you want to see your child succeed in school. So it may seem like a wise investment when a company claims that its products will improve your kids’ grades, test scores, IQ, reading speed and comprehension and even offers a money-back guarantee. The problem? The FTC found that a company making these claims, WordSmart Corporation, allegedly had no substantiation to support them and relied on outright lies to generate business.

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Money & Credit

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

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Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

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Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

Scammers bank on Ebola fears

One thing we’ve learned at the Federal Trade Commission is that scams often follow the news – especially when there’s a health scare in the headlines.

Blog Topics: 
Health & Fitness

AT&T’s $105 million “cramming” settlement leads to refunds

Ongoing efforts by the FTC and its federal and state partners to stop mobile cramming have resulted in a whopping $105 million dollar settlement with AT&T — the biggest to date with a prominent mobile phone carrier. Even better news for affected AT&T customers? They might be eligible for a refund.

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Money & Credit

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