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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) went to federal court in San Diego in a work-at-home scam case against Christopher Andrew Sterling. The government said that on his websites (sterlingvisa.com, rebatedataprocessor.com and creditcardworker.com) he falsely promised that people could earn $1000 a day doing data-entry work and making credit card applications online, but the promises were not fulfilled. The case was resolved in a court settlement. Sterling was imposed a $69,269 judgment that will be suspended because of his inability to pay.

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jemsd Aug. 3, 2013 @ 1:25 p.m.

A judgement that is suspended because he was unable to pay? All the time, money and resources that were spent to resolve this matter and this crook gets away with it because he's broke ? Am I missing something here? Put his unethical ass on a payment plan for goodness sake. Honestly, I just don't get it

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Don Bauder Aug. 3, 2013 @ 3:28 p.m.

jemsd: The FTC never has been known for using sharp teeth. Best, Don Bauder

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Mirandarain Aug. 18, 2013 @ 7:06 p.m.

Sterling is a piece of crap. He's my step-dad, I lived with him for about 17 years and I can guarantee you that he is in fact able to pay the fines. He has money hidden in an envelope. He has a limousine and a 2 story house all to himself. And he's just gonna get a slap on the wrist? Search warrants should be involved because I promise you, he has the money, just not in the bank. I've seen it myself at one point.

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