Federal Trade Commission


Opinion: Why Are Lawmakers Attacking Digital Ads? – Inside Sources

It’s a no-brainer: any small business that wants to succeed in today’s hyper-connected world must have an online presence. I’ve researched small businesses for years. The data repeatedly confirm that e-commerce and digital advertising are incredibly effective ways for America’s small businesses to reach customers and increase their revenue. So, I don’t understand why so

Attorney General

Attorney General Brnovich Announces $1 Million Settlement with Google Over Radio Ads

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Monday that his office, along with a coalition of five other states and the Federal Trade Commission, obtained proposed consent judgments from Google, LLC and iHeartMedia, Inc. Pending court approval, these judgments will resolve the coalition’s investigations into the use of fake endorsements for Google Pixel 4 radio ads.


Avoiding a Home Rental Scam

On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at about 2:00 pm, Prescott Valley Police Department was notified of a rental scam. The victim reported he found a home to rent online. He reviewed all the online information and decided the home was a perfect fit for his needs. The rental appeared to be a great deal at


Arizona Attorney General’s Office Works to Eliminate Illegal Robocalls

The number one communications complaint across the nation continues to be the flood of illegal robocalls to consumers. In November 2021, Arizonans received more than 18 million unwanted calls, an average of 12.6 calls per person. The calls go well beyond a universal source of annoyance. Scammers use abusive robocall tactics to threaten and scam people out

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