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Suit alleges St. George family scammed $24M from consumers
Lawsuit » Regulators say St. George companies tapped data from payday-loan operations.

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Koerber denies the allegations and his case remains pending in federal court in Salt Lake City.

The FTC is seeking a permanent injunction against the Sunyiches and their companies to prevent further violations of federal laws and wants a judge to order as yet other-unspecified penalties.

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The defendants

People and companies named as defendants in a Federal Trade Commission lawsuit include:

People » Steven Leon Sunyich and his children, Michael, Christopher, Shawn and Melissa Sunyich Gardner; and Kent Brown.

Companies » Ideal Financial Solutions Inc., Bracknell Shores Ltd., Chandon Group Inc., Ascot Crossing LLC, Avanix LLC and Fiscal Fitness LLC.

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