Consumer Law

California federal court grants FTC motion to stop Internet marketing scam

According to the FTC, Apex ran an “Internet marketing scam” while marketing personal care and dietary supplement items as a “free trial” with only shipping and handle charges. The company then charged customers full price for the items and enrolled them in “negative option continuity plans” without customer consent and kept charging $90 each month, the FTC said. Apex’s “material terms,” when listed at all, were hidden in small print or on separate webpages, according to the FTC. 

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