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FTC Staff responded on Oct 5, 2018 6:23PM Permalink

It is possible to phone the ongoing business that the FTC hired to control the reimbursement process at 1-866-730-8147. The FTC attorneys are not in control of the checks. Please phone the business that is handling the reimbursement procedure.

Tina responded on Oct 5, 2018 12:07PM Permalink

Better States I have a settlement that is partial will the staying be provided with

FTC Staff responded on Oct 5, 2018 6:21PM Permalink

The page you have through the FTC stated your check is really a refund that is partial. Everyone else got a page that said refund that is partial. The page claims refund that is partial the total amount of your check is significantly less than just how much you paid to AMG Services, Inc. whenever it illegally charged undisclosed and inflated charges. The FTC has sent all of the cash which can be found.

GuestM responded on Oct 5, 2018 1:43PM Permalink

exactly What because you thought it was spam mail if you accidentally threw your check away? Is there any1 I am able to contact to see should they can resend it once more?

FTC Staff responded on Oct 5, 2018 6:18PM Permalink

It is possible to phone the ongoing business that the FTC hired to control the refund procedure at 1-866-730-8147.

Carla responded on Oct 5, 2018 2:40PM Permalink

I received a check a few days ago and I also ended up being amazed, but many thanks FTC for achieving this, because it arrived at fun time. Is also here way to investigate 1800 Loan Mart? i really hope they are doing. We utilized them sometime ago, We paid means money that is too much. I am hoping one soon that company gets investigated day. Many thanks once more FTC.

Jo responded on Oct 5, 2018 3:22PM Permalink

How about the ones that experienced modification of details from the period? Just exactly just How will we realize we received one in case your no more in the target that has been detailed?

FTC Staff responded on Oct 5, 2018 6:22PM Permalink

You are able to call the ongoing business that the FTC hired to handle the refund procedure at 1-866-730-8147.

Native responded on Oct 5, 2018 4:07PM Permalink

Can we money at United States Bank Branch?

We work on a Credit Union and also have seen many numerous fraudulent checks and I became astonished by this. Often we have one thing in the mail like a post card discussing and I also usually do not recall anything that is ever receiving.

Lisa responded on Oct 5, 2018 4:34PM Permalink

Just exactly exactly What if you were to think you have threw it away . thinking it can be junk mail etc. how do we start getting a fresh one.

FTC Staff replied on Oct 5, 2018 6:22PM Permalink

It is possible to call the business that the FTC hired to handle the reimbursement procedure at 1-866-730-8147.

Rodney Sampson replied on Oct 5, 2018 5:48PM Permalink

Thank u FTC just what a blessing

Mike replied on Oct 5, 2018 6:38PM Permalink

Mine said a partiel re payment is this correct and you will see more?

FTC Staff replied on Oct 9, 2018 9:08AM Permalink

The page you’ve got through the FTC stated your check is really a partial reimbursement. “Partial reimbursement” in this situation implies that the total amount of your check is lower than the amount that is total paid to AMG Services, Inc. when it illegally charged you undisclosed and inflated fees. The FTC has delivered all of the cash which can be found.

Kathi responded on Oct 5, 2018 6:45PM Permalink

Really Is this legit. We too received a check and have always been entirely reluctant to deposit it

FTC Staff responded on Oct 9, 2018 9:21AM Permalink

Did a check is got by you through the FTC? Checks through the FTC are genuine. It comes with a letter that explains why you got the check and gives details about the case when you get a check from the Federal Trade Commission. Both you and your bank can head to www.FTC.gov/AMG for factual statements about the reimbursement. You can easily phone the business that the FTC hired to manage the personal loans in colorado reimbursement procedure at 1-866-730-8147. Within 60 days if you get a check, you should cash or deposit it.