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Redwood’s Jason Cardiff arrested on multiple counts of fraud

Redwood Scientific Technologies owner Jason Edward Thomas Cardiff has been arrested. Cardiff’s arrest was on November 26th, following his indictment under seal in March 2022 (not a typo). After his arrest, Cardiff’s indictment was unsealed on November 27th. In relation to the Redwood Scientific Technologies civil fraud case the FTC filed in 2018, Cardiff has [Continue reading…]

Jacques Poujade sentenced to 5 years in prison for fraud

Jacques Poujade has been sentenced to 63 months in prison for defrauding investors out of “nearly $6.2 million” dollars.

Redwood concealer Jacques Poujade pleads guilty to fraud

Redwood Scientific Technologies concealer Jacques Poujade has pled guilty to “fraudulently obtaining more than $5.2 million”.

FTC: SC’s AMG decision has cost consumers over $1.5 billion

The FTC claims the Supreme Court’s AMG decision has cost consumer a staggering $1.5 billion. The losses were realized through various fraudulent schemes, with the AMG decision leaving the FTC unable to effectively hold scammers accountable.

Redwood Scientific & Jason Cardiff final judgments entered

Default judgment has been entered against Redwood Scientific Technologies and a bunch of corporate defendants. Final judgment has also been entered against owner Jason Cardiff and wife Eunjung Cardiff.

Cardiffs to face no monetary penalty for FTC Act fraud

Thanks to the Supreme Court’s AMG decision, scammers are getting off Scot-free. The latest set back for the FTC is a decision in their Redwood case against defendants Jason and Eunjung Cardiff.

VPL Receivership to disband, Cardiffs & FTC share costs

As part of the fallout of the AMG decision wreaking havoc on FTC regulatory cases, the VPL Receivership is schedule to be discharged. The VPL Receivership was established as part of the FTC’s ongoing Redwood Scientific Technologies fraud case.

AMG decision puts Redwood injunction on the line

As per our last update, Jason Cardiff had been given until May to secure VPL Medical mask contracts. Failing which the Redwood Receiver had been directed to cease funding the company’s operation. Since then we’ve also had the AMG Supreme Court decision, further complicating proceedings.

Scammers celebrate AMG Supreme Court win

Although it’s been on my radar, BehindMLM hasn’t covered the AMG v. FTC lawsuit as it isn’t itself an MLM related case. That said, on April 22nd the Supreme Court handed scammers a victory. That victory has ramifications for MLM fraud related lawsuits.

VPL Medical given till May to get profitable

VPL Medical has been given till May to get profitable. As per an April 2nd order, the Receiver (will) no longer be authorized to fund VPL operations out of funds designated for consumer redress after this month. The order follows the FTC’s revelation that VPL is blowing through $200,000+ in Receivership funds a month.