Inspector General Announces $10,000 Penalty for Sawhney Systems, Inc., for using Social Security’s Seal to Mislead Consumers

11Aug - by Editor - 0 - In STL.News

Sawhney Systems, Inc. penalized $10,000 for misleading use of the Social Security Administration’s official seal

Baltimore, MD (STL.News) – The Inspector General for the Social Security Administration, Gail S. Ennis, announced Thursday that the New Jersey-based software company, Sawhney Systems, Inc., has agreed to pay a $10,000 penalty for its misleading use of the Social Security Administration’s official seal.

Sawhney Systems, Inc. entered into a settlement agreement to resolve the Government’s claim that the company violated Section 1140 of the Social Security Act by using the Social Security Administration’s official seal in the marketing of a mobile app. 

Continue reading Inspector General Announces $10,000 Penalty for Sawhney Systems, Inc., for using Social Security’s Seal to Mislead Consumers at STL.News.

Source link