Missouri News: Attorney General Eric Schmitt and the Federal Trade Commission Secure Record $30 Million in Sweepstakes Scam Case

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Jefferson City, MO (STL.News) – The operators of a sweepstakes scam that appeared to target senior citizens have agreed to forfeit a record $30 million in cash and assets and will be permanently banned from the prize promotion business under a settlement secured by the Federal Trade Commission and the State of Missouri.

“Protecting our most vulnerable citizens, including the elderly, is something that I dedicate myself to every single day,” said AG Schmitt. 

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