27 Jun '12, 2pm

handed over to VA in agreement

http://www.armytimes.com/news/2012/06/military-gibill-site-handed-over-to-va-062712w/ GIBill.com handed over to VA in agreement By Cid Standifer - Staff writer Posted : Wednesday Jun 27, 2012 10:13:34 EDT QuinStreet Inc., a marketing company accused of misleading veterans and steering them toward for-profit colleges, will hand over its GIBill.com domain to the Veterans Affairs Department and pay $2.5 million to cover investigation costs under an agreement signed Tuesday with the attorneys general of several states. According to Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway, who spoke at the National Press Club Wednesday morning, the multi-state task force went through about 8,000 emails between QuinStreet and veterans in the course of their investigation. They turned up messages that made it clear many veterans thought GIBill.com and similar QuinStreet websites represented governm...

Full article: http://www.armytimes.com/news/2012/06/military-gibill-sit...

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