Did you use one of OnPoint’s bogus websites — like DMV.com or floridadriverslicense.com — to get driver’s license or vehicle registration services? Now you can apply to get back the money you lost. Learn more at ftc.gov/OnPointDMV. Don’t wait, the deadline to apply for a refund is July 5, 2022.
Did you use one of OnPoint Global’s websites to check eligibility for government assistance programs like the Housing Choice Voucher program or Section 8 housing assistance? If you entered personal information online, now you can apply for compensation. Learn more at ftc.gov/OnPointBenefits. Don’t wait, the deadline to apply for a refund is July 5, 2022.
Thanks to the FTC’s lawsuit and $85 million judgment against On Point Global, people who are eligible for refunds will automatically get an email from Stretto, the company handling the payments. The email will arrive by mid-April and give instructions on how to claim your refund. Didn’t get an email, but think you’re eligible? Learn how to check your eligibility at onpointclaimform.com.