2 Fla. Telemarketers Agree To Stop Credit Card Robocalls

By Patrick Boyle (December 3, 2015, 5:19 PM EST) -- Two Florida telemarketers have reached an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to stop making robocalls that allegedly trick consumers into paying for bogus reductions in credit card interest rates.

The preliminary injunction in Florida federal court orders Auto Guardian USA and Premier Marketing International to halt calls that the FTC and Florida attorney general say are misleading. The court order also freezes the companies' assets and prohibits them from sharing identifying information about their customers.

The agreement is part of a case involving multiple Florida companies accused of robocalling consumers nationwide and claiming their program could help them pay off...

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