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The FTC and the attorneys general of seven states have charged payment processor defendants, collectively known as YMA, with violating federal and state laws by debiting or attempting to debit from consumers' bank accounts on behalf of fraudulent telemarketers and Internet-based merchants. Between June 23, 2004 and March 31, 2006, the defendants allegedly processed more than $200 million in debits and attempted debits to consumers' bank accounts. Defendants include Universal Payment Solutions, Check Recovery Systems, Subscription Services Ltd., YMA Company LLC and Tarzenea Dixon.

 

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