One company played on fear of the government by sending out
unsolicited faxes and direct mail in an attempt to sell
their grossly overpriced posters used for displaying
government regulations to employees. These contained
information that must be posted in offices stating the
correct minimum wage and other state and federal
requirements. Such companies use scare tactics such as, "if
your company does not display this compliance poster, it
will face a fine of $5,000. Another scare tactic is the
claim that they have insurance against errors in the
Protect your business:
can get this for free. It is also available at cost for
less than $100.
will not be fined for errors on the poster.