FTC Warns App Marketers Of Potential FCRA Violations

Law360, New York (February 07, 2012, 9:55 PM ET) -- The Federal Trade Commission has warned the marketers of six mobile phone applications that provide background reports that their apps may violate the Fair Credit Reporting Act if they are used for employment, housing, credit or other similar screening purposes, the agency said Tuesday.

The FTC sent letters in late January to Everify Inc., the marketer of the Police Records app; InfoPay Inc., which markets the Criminal Pages app; and Intelligator Inc., the marketer behind the Background Checks, Criminal Records Search, Investigate and Locate Anyone, and...
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