'Red flags' waived

Freedman, Linn; Hood, James
September 2009
New Hampshire Business Review;9/11/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 20, p33
The article focuses on the issues concerning the decision of the Federal Trade Commission to delay the enforcement of the "Red Flags Rule" in the U.S. It states that decision aims to provide small businesses more time to develop and implement written identity theft prevention programs. It suggests that the rule defines a creditor as any entity that accepts deferred payments for its services.


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