Marketing Company Agrees to Pay State After Faking Consent of 840,000 Coloradans in Advocacy Campaign
Ifficient, a Denver-based marketing company, agreed to settle with the state over consumer privacy violations in a 2017 campaign.
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The Colorado AG’s Office announced the Department of Law is creating the Consumer Mediation Program based off a one-year pilot program.
Shannon Wells Stevenson was appointed solicitor general and Nathan Blake was named deputy AG of consumer protection.
The Colorado Attorney General’s Office announced it secured $4 million in a settlement with Bellco and Canvas credit unions.
AG Weiser announced his office secured $200,000 in refunds for Colorado customers wronged by Americor and Credit9.
Colorado and 39 other states reached a $395 million settlement with Google over misleading location tracking practices to sell targeted ads.
Red Rocks Credit Union paid $312,267.84 to 1,328 consumers for failing to return GAP refunds from Oct. 1, 2014, to July 1, 2020.
On May 25, a settlement was announced that, if approved by a federal court, will require Twitter Inc. to pay $150 million in civil penalties.
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