FTC shuts jail journal subscription firm for taking $2.2 million from inmates for subscriptions

He scammed his approach out of enterprise.

The proprietor of an organization that offered magazines to 1000’s of prisoners and their family members however by no means delivered has been barred from ever promoting or advertising and marketing subscriptions once more in a settlement reached with the Federal Commerce Fee.

Roy Snowden, 68, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., who ran Inmate Journal Service, was additionally ordered to pay $2.2 million from accounts related to the enterprise as a part of the settlement, a penalty which was partially suspended because of his incapability to pay in its entirety, the FTC stated.

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FTC shuts jail journal subscription firm for taking $2.2 million from inmates for subscriptions

He scammed his manner out of enterprise.

The proprietor of an organization that bought magazines to 1000’s of prisoners and their family members however by no means delivered has been barred from ever promoting or advertising and marketing subscriptions once more in a settlement reached with the Federal Commerce Fee.

Roy Snowden, 68, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., who ran Inmate Journal Service, was additionally ordered to pay $2.2 million from accounts linked to the enterprise as a part of the settlement, a penalty which was partially suspended because of his incapability to pay in its entirety, the FTC stated.

Snowden

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FTC shuts jail journal subscription firm for taking $2.2 million from inmates for subscriptions

He scammed his approach out of enterprise.

The proprietor of an organization that bought magazines to hundreds of prisoners and their family members however by no means delivered has been barred from ever promoting or advertising and marketing subscriptions once more in a settlement reached with the Federal Commerce Fee.

Roy Snowden, 68, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., who ran Inmate Journal Service, was additionally ordered to pay $2.2 million from accounts related to the enterprise as a part of the settlement, a penalty which was partially suspended because of his incapacity to pay in its entirety, the FTC mentioned.

Snowden

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FTC shuts jail journal subscription firm for taking $2.2 million from inmates for subscriptions

He scammed his means out of enterprise.

The proprietor of an organization that bought magazines to hundreds of prisoners and their family members however by no means delivered has been barred from ever promoting or advertising and marketing subscriptions once more in a settlement reached with the Federal Commerce Fee.

Roy Snowden, 68, of Gulf Breeze, Fla., who ran Inmate Journal Service, was additionally ordered to pay $2.2 million from accounts related to the enterprise as a part of the settlement, a penalty which was partially suspended on account of his lack of ability to pay in its entirety, the

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