Fraudulent Offers to Provide International Driver's Licenses
Christopher Waddell of Pittsburg, CA sent this example along 12/30/01 with the reminder that the police are never fooled by such deceptions, even when validly issued, for they simply ask for your registration or proof of residency once they run your plates. I got the same offer 06/17/02 with the same number.
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Federal Trade Commission v. Yad Abraham, et al.
The Federal Trade Commission authorized the filing of a complaint in this matter. The complaint alleges that the defendants conducted a nationwide scheme to sell worthless international driver's permits. This complaint was filed as part of "Operation License for Trouble." The FTC also announced the filing of an amended complaint. [TEXT 1] [TEXT 2]
Federal Trade Commission v. One or More Unknown Parties
Doing Business As the Institute For International Licensing, Aladdin
Financial Management, University Systems, and Wheelie International
The Federal Trade Commission announced the filing of a complaint alleging that these defendants sold worthless driving permits and bogus academic degrees via the Internet and telemarketing. This complaint was filed as part of "Operation License for Trouble." The Commission subsequently approved the filing of an amended complaint in this action. [TEXT 2]
Trade Commission v. Jaguar Business Concepts, LP, et al.
The Federal Trade Commission announced the filing of a complaint alleging the defendants conducted a scheme to sell worthless international driver's permits. This case was part of "Operation License for Trouble," a law enforcement sweep that targeted sellers who, under the guise of "international law," pitched their worthless documents to immigrants and other consumers who were seeking an alternative to a government-issued driver's license or identification document.
Trade Commission v. Jordan Maxwell, et al.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint alleging that the defendants sold worthless international driver's permits. The complaint also alleges that the defendants deceptively marketed credit repair services and "debt termination programs.