FTC Impersonation Scams Rule Comment

In December 2022, TINA.org submitted a comment in response to the FTC’s request for comments regarding its proposed Rule on Impersonation of Government and Businesses.

In its comment, TINA.org discussed its experience investigating such scams, particularly scams impersonating SAM.gov, a free, official U.S. government website that provides assistance with government grants and contracts. TINA.org also expressed support for the commission’s proposed rulemaking, especially in the wake of the Supreme Court’s AMG Capital Management decision, as a rule will substantially improve the agency’s ability to combat and deter fraud in this area.

Click here to read TINA.org’s full comment.


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Allegations: Deceptively representing that GovSimplified is a government website and charging consumers for services they can receive for free elsewhere