The FTC has launched a dedicated FinTech page on its website where it has assembled FinTech-related materials.

The materials that can be accessed on the new page include Guidance (which consists of various FTC publications), Videos (which include excerpts from FTC workshops), Related Posts (which address ongoing FTC developments), and Legal Resources (which include staff

The FTC has released the final agenda for its June 11, 2019 workshop that will examine consumer protection issues related to the online event ticket marketplace.

The day-long workshop will feature four panel discussions.  The morning sessions will focus on ticket bots, the Better Online Ticket Sales Act (BOTS Act), and consumer protection issues around

On Wednesday, May 8, the Federal Trade Commission hosted a special forum exploring small business lending practices, regulations, and policies. The forum consisted of three panels: (1) Overview of the Small Business Financing Marketplace, (2) Case Study on Merchant Cash Advances, and (3) Consumer Protection Risks and the Path Ahead, along with the opening remarks

The FTC has announced that on Wednesday, May 8, it will host a forum on small business lending which will examine trends and consumer protection issues in the marketplace. The event will feature opening remarks by FTC Commissioner, Rohit Chopra, and closing remarks by FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection Director, Andrew Smith. We will be

A payment processor and its individual owner have entered into a settlement with the FTC to settle charges that they violated a 2009 federal district court order that required them to review and monitor their merchant clients to ensure that the merchants were not engaged in deceptive or unfair practices.  The order is a stark

Less than a week after warning subpoena and CID recipients to take their obligation to respond “seriously,” the FTC took aim at perceived inadequacies in compliance reports submitted pursuant to FTC consent orders and litigated judgments. In its March 11, 2019 blog post, the FTC’s Bureau of Competition alleges that “some Respondents are not

The FTC has issued its 2018 Consumer Sentinel Network Data Book. The report summarizes consumer complaints stored in the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database.

For 2018, imposter scams top the list of reported complaint categories, accounting for 18% of the almost 3 million consumer reports summarized in the Data Book. Debt collection—which