Consumers getting refunds for misleading online sales

Consumers getting refunds for misleading online sales

By Tom Harvey The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Sep 13, 2012 07:30AM MDT
A federal agency is distributing money to consumers as the last phase of a lawsuit that accused four Utahns of improperly charging credit and debit cards of people enticed by claims of fabulous earnings from using Google. The Federal Trade Commission is distributing $2.5 million to consumers, which works out to $24 for each of the 93,000 or so people who the agency has been able to identify as customers of the Internet-based marketers. Named in the 2009 lawsuit were Jonathan Eborn, Sandy; Stepha...
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