The graco Travel System is a sophisticated, high-tech, and highly-regulated network that allows you to travel anywhere in the world in less than 30 minutes.
While graco has been accused of violating U.S. antitrust laws several times over the years, this latest incident appears to be a case of a system being broken, as the company was recently slapped with a $2 million fine and two years of probation for allegedly abusing its power.
The gracias latest move comes in the wake of a lawsuit filed against the company by the Consumer Federation of America, which alleges that the company has engaged in predatory practices.
On Monday, the Federal Trade Commission filed an enforcement action against the gracia for allegedly violating antitrust laws.
In the complaint, the FTC states that the complaint alleges that gracies business model involves selling a wide range of products and services on a per-user basis, including mobile apps and apps for other mobile devices.
In addition to the fine, the commission also ordered the company to pay $2.6 million in civil penalties, as well as a $1.3 million penalty for unlawful anti-competitive conduct.
In an emailed statement, a gracie spokesperson told NBC News that the graco company is aware of the complaint and is reviewing it.
In a statement sent to NBC News, the consumer federation said that it was pleased that the FTC has taken action against graciamate.
The FTC also stated that the agency will continue to closely monitor gracios actions to ensure it complies with the law.
“Gracias actions are not a reflection of the integrity of graciat, its customers or its businesses,” the FTC stated.
“In light of the recent FTC actions against graco over alleged predatory pricing practices, we are concerned that the firm may be violating antitrust law by continuing to use the Travel System to sell and charge customers for its products and Services.
This is a clear and present danger to consumers and the business of graco.”