Tag Archives: FTC

No Gags on Consumer Reviews



Consumer reviews are a great source of information. Reviews allow us to learn from each other and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) considers that our right. Carl Settlemyer, Attorney with the FTC explains how businesses and consumers can both play nice in the sandbox of reviews.


New Credit Law Explained



It’s Cybersecurity month, and we have great news for you. New federal law, Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act, is helping all Americans take another step towards online safety. Here on The Bistro is Lisa Schifferle, Attorney in the FTC’s Division of Consumer and Business Education, providing us with an overview of how this new law leads to more cyber safety.


Donate With Care



Tracy Thorleifson, Attorney with the FTC  joins the Better Series podcast to help businesses understand how to spot charities that are truly working for the betterment of individuals, communities, and our world. She specifically shares an initiative from the FTC to uncover the bad actors of veteran charity fraud. Don’t miss this episode.