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REFUND PROGRAM WILL RETURN MILLIONS TO PEOPLE WHO USED MONEYGRAM TO PAY SCAMMERS

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In a 2009 settlement with the FTC, MoneyGram agreed to make changes to make it harder for con-artists to use MoneyGram to defraud consumers. However, a joint law enforcement action by the FTC, the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) charged that MoneyGram had not done what they agreed to do to reduce fraud. The company agreed to pay $125 million to settle, which is being used to return money to people who used MoneyGram to pay scammers.

 

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NAD Concludes "Just Ok is not OK" Claims not Falsely Disparaging, but Recommends Discontinuation

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NAD Concludes "Just Ok is not OK" Claims not Falsely Disparaging, But Recommends AT&T Discontinue "building 5G on America's Best Network" Claim, Disclose Material Connection with Testing Company; AT&T to Appeal

Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint face $200 million in fines from FCC

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The Federal Communications Commission has proposed roughly $200 million in fines combined for the four major U.S. phone companies for improperly disclosing customers’ real-time location.

 

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Visit- https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2020/02/28/verizon-at-t-t-mobile-sprint-face-200-million-fines-fcc/4906233002/

FDA RULING ON GLUTEN FREE LABELING

 

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