Most of our work with law enforcement agencies like the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is confidential. Here is what’s public:

OUR LETTERS TO FTC

Our Letter to FTC Regarding Fake Military Recruiting Websites

28 Veterans and Military Leaders ask US Federal Trade Commission to release the names of the schools that participated in fake military recruiting websites   Related letter to US Congressional Armed Services Committees requesting their work to ensure future military recruitment is not disrupted by fraudulent college lead [...]

Our Letter to FTC Regarding “Military Friendly” Schools

19 Veterans and Military service organizations' public comment on US Federal Trade Commission's proposed settlement with Victory Media's "Military Friendly Schools"   Additional comments by Student Veterans of America Additional comments by Education and consumer groups Additional comments by U.S. Senators

FTC’S CRACKDOWN ON FAKE MILITARY WEBSITES

VES brought to FTC’s attention fake military websites that pretended to be a place where Americans could join the Armed Forces, but never gave the information to the Armed Forces, instead selling patriotic Americans’ personal information to bad actor colleges that bombarded them with deceptive and aggressive recruiting. Some of the websites even wrongly promoted certain bad actor colleges as endorsed by the military.

FTC’S CRACKDOWN ON “MILITARY FRIENDLY SCHOOLS”

VES brought to FTC’s attention the problem of a company’s “Military Friendly Schools” scheme, wherein it charged schools for the designation of “Military Friendly Schools” and also sent aggressive and deceptive e-mail solicitations to service-members and veterans on behalf of schools that paid.

OUR WORK WITH THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH

Veterans Affairs

Defense Department

Education Department

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Federal Trade Commission