Articles under ‘Digital Altitude’:

Digital Altitude victims “should not expect any significant recoveries”

With the evident strength of the FTC’s case against Digital Altitude and granting of a preliminary injunction, it’s easy to assume defrauded consumers will receive redress. In a March 12th message on the Digital Altitude Receivership website however, the Receiver reminds that that’s not necessarily the case.

Michael Force admits nobody in Digital Altitude made $100K in 90 days

Details of what went down at the Digital Altitude preliminary injunction have been published. The Civil Minutes for the hearing cover testimony from Michael Force, Mary Dee and Thomas Seaman, the court-appointed Receiver.

Digital Altitude preliminary injunction granted

Following day two of the Digital Altitude preliminary injunction hearing, the case docket has been updated to reflect the an injunction was granted.

Digital Altitude cannot operate lawfully and profitably, says Receiver

Upon being appointed one of the first tasks the Digital Altitude Receiver undertakes is to determine whether the business can continue legally and profitably. As per BehindMLM’s Digital Altitude review, the company’s business model consists of getting people to hand over increasing amounts of money. Those recruited and convinced to pay thousands of dollars in [Continue reading…]

FTC deconstruct all aspects of Digital Altitude’s “fraudulent operation”

As of yet I don’t have any news on the outcome of the scheduled preliminary injunction hearing today. As per the FTC vs. Digital Altitude case docket over the past week or so though, here’s what we do know.

Digital Altitude prelim injunction hearing delayed, TRO extended

Following a Temporary Restraining Order granted against Digital Altitude and owner Michael Force on January 29th, a preliminary injunction hearing was scheduled for February 15th. On February 12th the FTC filed a joint Stipulation to a Continuance of the hearing, which was granted the same day.

TRO granted against Digital Altitude, Michael Force’s assets frozen

Following on from a FTC complaint filed under seal against Digital Altitude and Michael Force on January 29th, a requested Temporary Restraining Order was granted on February 1st.

FTC sues Digital Altitude & Michael Force for over $14 million in fraud

If you’ve searched for an MLM company as part of your due-diligence, chances are you’ve come across a Digital Altitude spam blog. The owners of these blogs shamelessly plagiarise MLM content from around the internet and present it as their own – combined with bait and switch advertising for Digital Altitude and related companies. The [Continue reading…]

Digital Altitude Review: Marketing courses + events resurrected

Digital Altitude provide a corporate address in Delaware on their website, however according to Founder Michael Force’s Digital Altitude corporate bio; Michael resides in California with his wife and two young daughters. They love to travel and spend summers in France. Further research reveals the Delaware address actually belongs to Harvard Business Services Inc., who [Continue reading…]