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Thomas Pastore will share his Investigative Report on the Florida Notary Public and how the State of Florida Fails to protect the rights of honest Florida Residents by providing no oversight of almost 500,000 Notary Publics. Facts About Florida Notary Publics
For about $79 almost anyone can become a Florida Notary Public including Non-U.S. Citizens and Felons. Florida Notaries are NOT Required to keep a "Journal" of their transactions. Complaints are mismanaged. There is no Database with information on Complaints Filed Against Notaries or Notaries that have been Suspended. There is only 1 Person in the "EOG- Notary Section" managing almost 500,000 Notary Publics. Florida is the #1 State in Identity Theft and Property Theft. Hmmmm......I wonder why? Florida Notary Public Statutes - Chapter 117 http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0100-0199/0117/0117ContentsIndex.html&StatuteYear=2012&Title=-%3E2012-%3EChapter%20117
Florida Facts and Information
"As you will see, there are several laws that make a Florida Notary "one of a kind."" http://www.notarysuccess.com/florida_notary.html FTC Report http://www.ftc.gov/sentinel/reports/sentinel-annual-reports/sentinel-cy2012.pdf The Florida Senate report / Committee on Commerce,/Interim Report of 2010-2012, states the following; "The current application review process could be improved to provide a higher degree of protection to the Public against Fraud in Legal transactions." The statutorily required information submitted by an applicant is NOT verified by the staff of either the Division of Corporations or by the EOG's office.
SCOTUS Pharmaceutical Case May Heavily Impact Drug Prices
Can a brand drug maker pay a maker of a generic drug to keep their version off the market? The Federal Trade Commission has stated that is an illegal monopoly, but such a case reached the Supreme Court, where arguments were heard today. A twist in this case is that the payment agreement was the settlement in a case of copyright infringement. The original developer of the drug, Solvay Pharmaceuticals sued Actavis for producing a generic drug before the required “exclusionary period” in which Solvay had an exclusive right to produce AndroGel, a testosterone gel. The companies settled with Solvay agreeing to pay Actavis to stay out of the market for an extended period of time. The FTC claimed they were sharing in monopoly money and filed an antitrust suit but lower courts agreed with the industry. We talk to Scott Nelson, Attorney at the Public Citizen Litigation Group and Diane Bieri of Arnold & Porter LLP
GOP Sees Divides Over Same-Sex Marriage as SCOTUS Takes Up DOMA and Prop 8
Amidst the Supreme Court taking up the issue, approval of same-sex has hit an all-time high according to recent polling. Meanwhile, the issue also seems to be dividing the Republican Party as they consider ways to recover from their defeat at the polls last November and a number of high-profile Republican officials changing their minds on the subject. My guest is at the forefront of the movement to change the GOP platform, in hopes of not-only garnering more acceptance for gay conservatives, but also rebuilding the party for electoral victories in the future. I caught Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder & Executive Director of GOProud, Inc. at CPAC a couple weeks ago where he was making that very case.
On today's show we will talk with COO and Co-Founder of ICON Home group in Ft Lauderdale Florida Derek Mulrey. Derek will be sharing news about the south florida market and how ICON Home Group can help you if you are in a situation where you are trying to avoid a foreclosure, short sell your home and private money lending options. We will also talk about the recent study that was released by the FTC regarding the credit reporting agencies in ablity to prevent mistakes from being entered on
With the FTC cracking down on Bloggers, now is the time to get the latest scoop on the FTC regulations. This week we invite Intellectual property specialist and attorney Michael Donaldson to be on our show to discuss the latest things you need to know if you're a blogger getting books or if you're an author/publisher pitching your book to bloggers.
"Just what I needed right now." A lemon could leave you stranded by the side of the road...or it could just be a tremendous waste of time and energy. What are your rights as a consumer after you have purchased a lemon car...Call (646) 716-5731 to join in for discussion.
If you missed the Webinar conducted by Joel Comm and Kevin Houchin, Esq on November 9th or if you stepped away from the session with lingering questions, you have an opportunity today to get your questions answered on the Internet Business Blueprint Podcast today.
The new FTC rules go into affect on December 1, 2009 and they will directly impact the design of your webpages, blo
When our guest didn't call in, Bill Mitchell joined us to discuss the new FTC regulation requiring online marketer's to disclose compensation for not only selling affiliate products, but in paying for testimonials. The new rules go further in requiring marketer's to establish a mean average of earnings from the total amount of people that have purchased the product. This was a very interesting 30 minutes!
The Federal Trade Commission announced recently that it has approved final revisions to the guidance it gives to advertisers on how to keep their endorsement and testimonial ads in line with the FTC Act.
Maria Gudelis will be interviewing a Guest Expert who will explain the Ins and Outs of the new FTC rulings and how it relates to your Offline Consulting business specifically, and business in general. What can you do? What should you NOT do? How can you use testimonials for marketing in your
Mike Young, Esq, will be the guest on my radio
show and we'll be discussing new standards and
rules that the FTC put into effect on December
1st, 2009 that directly affect your online
As the saying goes, "Ignorance of the law is no
excuse." Make sure that you're not inadvertently
breaking the law.
New rules/standards affect thing such as testimonials,
the need to disclose affiliate relationships, income
claims and the wording of disclaimers, and a lot of
Due to social media, our attention spans have become shorter and communication reduced to 140 characters, facebook wall posts, emails, and text messages. It makes me wonder does anyone crave human interaction anymore? Has talking on the phone or seeing someone in person become obsolete? Are these new forms here to stay? Hear what my guests have to say about the evolution of communication, how it affects our personal/romantic relationships, and the privacy issues associated with it.