DOJ Consumer Protection Branch – September Announcements

Below are announcement from the Department of Justice's Consumer Protection Branch about its work in September:

Dual Jamaican-U.S. Citizen Pleads Guilty in Connection with Jamaica-Based Lottery Fraud Scheme (9/28/16)

Woman Sentenced for Impersonating FBI Agent in Connection with Lottery Fraud Scheme Based in Jamaica (9/27/16)

Justice Department and Law Enforcement Partners Announce Civil and Criminal Actions to Dismantle Global Network of Mass Mailing Fraud Schemes Targeting Elderly and Vulnerable Victims (9/22/16)

District Court Awards Civil Penalties and Enters Permanent Injunction Against Former Vice President of Texas Debt Collection Company to Stop Deceptive Practices (9/21/16)

Goodman Company L.P. Agrees to Pay $5.55 Million for Delay and Misrepresentation in Reporting Fire Hazard (9/8/16)

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