Credit Card Debt Scammers Banned by FTC For Life and Fined $27 Million

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Steven D. Short and his wife Karissa L. Dyar, E.M. Systems & Services LLC, Administrative Management & Design LLC, Empirical Data Group Technologies LLC, Epiphany Management Systems LLC, and KLS Industries LLC, doing business as Satisfied Service Solutions LLC has been sued by the FTC.

Now the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a ban Nov. 30 against a group of fraudulent credit card debt scammers that allegedly bilked more than $12 million from consumers by falsely promising to reduce credit card interest rates.

The group of defendants will be banned from telemarketing and from selling debt relief services for life Additionally, the payment processors who allegedly enabled them will be banned from the payment processing industry.

 “Working with the Florida Attorney General’s Office, the Federal Trade Commission has stopped yet another telemarketing scam that offered bogus solutions to relieve credit card debt,” said Jessica Rich, director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. “People should just hang up the phone when they get this kind of offer.”
The FTC voted 3-0 to approve the proposed stipulated final orders. Three separate settlements with different defendants total roughly $27 million, most of which will be suspended upon the surrender of certain assets.

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