FTC Action Against Charities That Are Supposed to Help Police Officers and Veterans.

Orders ban telemarketers from solicitations with misleading charitable claims

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The operators of two purported charities have agreed to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission and the Attorneys General of Missouri and Florida that they deceived donors with claims that their organizations helped disabled police officers and military veterans. The operators of both schemes are permanently banned from charitable solicitations or otherwise working for charities.


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