The recent AMG Supreme Court decision has created a headache for the FTC. Following the decision, Success by Health now seek to dissolve the granted preliminary injunction. SBH also wants the Receivership to return any funds obtained as fees paid by the company.
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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.
The bid by Success by Health affiliates to intervene in the FTC’s regulatory case has been denied. The denied second motion to intervene follows an earlier attempt, which was also denied.
In its ongoing case against Success by Health and owner Jay Noland, the FTC has moved for summary judgement with respect to liability. As summarized by the FTC, their case against SBH and Noland is as follows:
In an attempt to overturn the granted preliminary injunction against Success by Health and owner Jay Noland, one hundred and eight SBH affiliates submitted filed declarations. Ignoring the FTC’s legal arguments, some SBH affiliates instead raised allegations of racism. The Court considered Defendants’ arguments about those allegations and stated: “This is a frivolous argument and [Continue reading…]
Rinpark SA is a shell company Jay Noland set up in Uruguay. As alleged by the FTC, Rinpark SA was part of the Success by Health pyramid scheme. Through Rinpark SA, $300,000 is alleged to have been transferred out of the US to Uruguay between August 2019 and January 2020. Through a second amended complaint [Continue reading…]
Jeff Wright and his wife Amber have lost a bid to keep their finances hidden from the FTC. Wright joined Success by Health’s “Scientific Medical Advisory Board” in late 2018.
Following on from allegations the Success By Health deleted evidence, the FTC has made new allegations pertaining to fabricated evidence.
The FTC has revealed the Success By Health defendants, upon learning of the regulator’s investigation, set about plans to conceal and delete evidence.
Jay Noland’s attempt to have the Success By Health preliminary injunction overturned has been denied. In favor of dissolving the injunction, Noland had argued that a yet to be heard Supreme Court case meant previous Ninth Circuit rulings could no longer be considered “good law”.