What are the main allegations in the Phi Theta Kappa lawsuit?

The main allegations in the lawsuit include:

  • False advertising about the exclusivity of Phi Theta Kappa membership, particularly the claim that members are in the "top 10%" of their class.
  • Misleading statements about scholarship opportunities, suggesting exclusive access to funds that are actually available to all students.
  • Anticompetitive behaviors aimed at monopolizing the honor society market for community college students.
  • Selling and sharing member data under false pretenses.
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