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Besides maintaining a private law practice, Keith Gill offered credit repair services to consumers in a business that he operated with a retired attorney, Richard Murkey. In various contexts, Gill and Murkey made representations to the effect that they could remove any accurate and nonobsolete information of a negative nature from the credit reports of consumers who used their credit repair services. The Federal Trade Commission filed suit against Gill and Murkey, alleging, among other things, that these representations violated § 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act. Was § 5 violated?



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