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Companies accused of deceiving consumers with media subscriptions must pay $424,000

By Dawn Geske | Aug 8, 2016

AUSTIN – A $424,000 judgment has been handed down in an alleged deceptive magazine and newspaper subscription practice case.

AG settles with alleged computer scammers, reports they collected millions from consumers

By Karen Kidd | Jul 22, 2016

AUSTIN – Two tech companies who allegedly violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act with deceptive consumer practices and purportedly took millions from consumers across the nation have agreed to a settlement, according to a judgment handed down earlier this month.

Texas Reps. Burgess and Olson sponsor bills to disrupt the FTC

By Sharon Brooks Hodge | May 23, 2016

Two members of the Texas congressional delegation are sponsors of legislation in what has been dubbed the Disrupt Series, a package of 11 bills designed to reform the Federal Trade Commission.

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