MoviePass: Rediscovering the Magic of ROSCA
FTC using every arrow in its quiver to go after bad actors.
TINA.org submitted a comment to the FTC regarding a proposed consent order reached in a case it filed against MoviePass, a subscription-based movie ticketing service, supporting the Commission’s use of The Restore Online Shoppers’ Confidence Act (ROSCA) to pursue, for the first time, deceptive acts related to the primary service advertised rather than the specific terms of the automatic renewal offer.
Submitted comment to FTC supporting final approval
FTC gave final approval to proposed consent order
Consumer says there was “zero indication” that the ban had been implemented or was forthcoming.
A review of the FTC’s ROSCA actions.
Consumer protection law passed by Congress four years ago is finally picking up steam.
ROSCA’s no longer a virgin.