MemberWorks Enters Voluntary Agreement With NY State Attorney General's Office

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MemberWorks Inc., Stamford, CT, a provider of consumer and membership services through affinity marketing and online channels, announced yesterday that it has reached an unspecified agreement in implementing its marketing practices with the New York Attorney General's office.


The company also announced it has agreed to reimburse the state $75,000 in expenses


MemberWorks said the agreement was not based upon any specifically identified consumer complaints but rather on the general concern that some consumers may be confused by disclosures made while marketing its programs.


"MemberWorks strongly endorse the privacy polices of, and is fully compliant with, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and is committed to maintaining public confidence in the direct marketing industry," said Gary Johnson, president and chief executive officer, MemberWorks in a prepared statement.
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