How to use this resource
This resource is aimed at educating consumers about deceptive and anti-competitive behavior and to facilitate readers' potential desire to take action against the deceptive practices of overlay vendors.
Victims of Overlay Vendors
Did you buy an overlay after believing their marketing claims but now understand the evidence that what they've said was false? You probably have a strong case against them, especially if you're one of the many who have been sued despite having an overlay. Locate your state's Attorney General in the table on Consumer Complaint Resources to file a complaint!
For US Citizens: You are encouraged to use the information on this site as the basis for a complaint with the US FTC as well as in your own state. Have a quick look at Consumer Complaint Resources for information on who to contact. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org. Use the downloads page to find verbatim copies of this site's information in both Word and PDF as well as all screenshots used as well.
Outside of the US: We do not yet have any resources for consumer protection agencies or laws outside of the US. If you have that information, please file an issue on GitHub with that information and we will add it.
Press, Media, Academia
Feel free to use the information on this site to write your own story about overlays. Appendix E is a complete list of the resources that are also listed as end notes in the main article. Also be sure to checkout "Additional Reading" on the Overlay Fact Sheet. Check out Downloads for verbatim copies of this site's information in both Word and PDF as well as all screenshots used as well.
If you notice a spelling error, typographic error, or an error in the markup of this site, please file an issue on GitHub
No substantial changes will be made to the main article except in the case of spelling/ grammar fixes or corrections. If any statements in this site are found to be factually inaccurate, I will modify the content and make a note regarding the removal/ modification/ clarification. If you have proof that something stated on this site is wrong, file an issue on GitHub
Content and structure of the appendixes may change over time to make them more user friendly and to provide additional evidence.