Minnesota AG Investigates Student Loan Debt Relief Companies
Minnesota AG Keith Ellison has opened investigations into 52 student loan debt relief companies suspected of violating the state’s consumer protection laws and failing to register as debt settlement services providers in the state.
Fourth Democrat Enters Pennsylvania AG Race
Democratic state lawmaker Jared Solomon has announced his campaign for Pennsylvania AG.
CFPB, 42 AGs Slow Down Consumer Leasing Company Tempoe
The CFPB issued a consent order against Tempoe, LLC for allegedly deceiving consumers into expensive leasing agreements for purchases from large retailers in violation of the Consumer Financial Protection Act of 2010.
AG James Secures Another Agreement to Cap Insulin Prices for Uninsured New Yorkers
New York AG Letitia James entered an agreement with Novo Nordisk Inc. to resolve an investigation into insulin marketing and pricing practices.
FTC Finds Falsehoods Went Unchecked by Background Report Providers
The FTC issued a proposed order against background report providers TruthFinder LLC, Instant Checkmate, LLC, and affiliated entities to resolve allegations that they violated the FTC Act and the Fair Credit Reporting Act by failing to verify the accuracy of their reports.
Virginia AG: Monsanto to Pay $80 Million to Remediate PCB Contamination
Virginia AG Jason Miyares reached an $80 million settlement with Monsanto Co. to resolve allegations that the company’s distribution of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) caused environmental contamination in the state.