Jeremy Schoemaker’s latest blog post is titled “FTC Gets Aggressive in June”.

Schoemaker says, “June was a banner month for the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) aggressive campaign to hold non-marketers liable for the misdeeds of their marketing clients. No sooner had the ink dried on last month’s post in this space describing the FTC’s efforts to expand the liability orbit than the agency announced its latest action against a merchant processor, followed by another processor suit and a federal appeals court’s affirmance of an FTC judgment against a product developer who had no involvement in the marketing of her products. As icing on the cake, the FTC also returned nearly $600,000 to consumers under a settlement with Landmark Clearing Inc., another processor accused of aiding deception”.

FTC Gets Aggressive in June

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