The Success by Health Receiver’s Tenth report reveals the Receivership is insolvent As of July 31st, 2022, the SBH Receivership has $1.85 million in liabilities. The problem is there’s only $15,548 left in the bank.
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The FTC’s Success by Health and NetForce cases have been consolidated as per a July 26th order. A January 2023 trial date has also been scheduled.
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.
The FTC has been denied NetForce contempt sanctions against Jay Noland. The request for sanctions stems from Noland allegedly violating his NetForce injunction judgment.
Resolution of several motions in the Success by Health case, have pushed the FTC’s claims against the Individual Defendants to the forefront. A hearing was held on February 17th, following which we’ve had some important decisions come in.
The Success By Health defendants have voluntarily withdrawn their injunction appeal. No reason for the withdrawal was given, with the case docket only recording withdrawal was granted on December 14th.
The FTC v. Success by Health trial is likely to be delayed. Jay Noland and his fellow defendants are not ready for trial. At time of publication the Success by Health defendants have not filed a notice indicating their readiness for a Final Pretrial Conference.
The FTC has been denied summary judgment on monetary remedies against Success by Health. Back in September, the FTC was granted liability summary judgment. This judgment ruled that, among other things, Success by Health violated the FTC’s Merchandise and Cooling-Off Rules
Success by Health’s bid to overturn summary judgment via a motion for reconsideration has been denied. The FTC was granted liability summary judgment against Success by Health in September. In their motion for reconsideration, the SBH defendants focused their attention on VOZ Travel.
Success by Health and Jay Noland are set to appeal three orders against them; the original preliminary injunction order, and the FTC’s granted motion for sanctions and summary judgment.