Recent work of DOJ’s Consumer Protection Branch

Here are recent announcements relating to the work of the Department of Justice's Consumer Protection Branch: 

January 27, 2015

Peruvian Man Sentenced for Defrauding and Extorting Spanish-Speaking U.S. Residents through Fraudulent Call Centers

January 21, 2015

United States Files Enforcement Action against Texas Debt Collection Company, Current President and Former Vice President to Stop Deceptive Practices

January 16, 2015

Federal Court Issues Preliminary Injunction Against South Dakota Medical laser Manufacturer

January 16, 2015

California Firm Agrees to Stop Production of Adulterated and Misbranded Dietary Supplements and Unapproved New Drugs

January 6, 2015

Used Motor Vehicle Dealers Indicted for Odometer Tampering and Money Laundering

December 31, 2014

Manufacturer Fiskars Brands Inc. Agrees to Pay $2.6 Million Civil Penalty for Delay in Reporting “Gator Combo Axe” Safety Hazard

December 19, 2014

New York Man Sentenced to 24 Months in Prison for Odometer Fraud Scheme

December 18, 2014

Miami Resident Sentenced for Defrauding and Extorting Spanish-Speaking Customers through Fraudulent Call Centers

December 17, 2014

Owner of Dietary Supplement Company Pleads Guilty to Multi-Million Dollar Scheme to Adulterate Dietary Supplements

December 17, 2014

14 Indicted in Connection with New England Compounding Center and Nationwide Fungal Meningitis Outbreak

December 8, 2014

OtisMed Corporation and Former CEO Plead Guilty to Distributing FDA-Rejected Cutting Guides for Knee Replacement Surgeries

December 4, 2014

Three Charged with Conspiring to Defraud Consumers through Fraudulent Debt Relief Services Firms

December 4, 2014

District Court Enters Permanent Injunction Against Los Angeles Seafood Company and Senior Officers to Stop Distribution of Adulterated Products


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