BunZai Media Group, Inc. (AuraVie)

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BunZai Media Group, Inc. a California corporation, also doing business as Aura Vie, Miracle FaceKit, and Attitude Skincare; Pinnacle Logistics, Inc., a California corporation; DSA Holdings, Inc., a California corporation; Lifestyle Media Brands, Inc., a California corporation; Agoa Holdings, Inc., a California corporation; Zen Mobile Media, Inc., a California corporation; Safehaven Ventures, Inc., a California corporation; Heritage Alliance Group, Inc., a California corporation, also doing business as AuraVie Distribution; AMD Financial Network, Inc., a California corporation; SBM Management, Inc.; a California corporation; Media Urge, Inc., a California corporation; Adageo, LLC, a California limited liability corporation; CalEnergy, INC., a California corporation; Kai Media, Inc., a California corporation; Insight Media, Inc., a California corporation; Alon Nottea; Motti Nottea; Doron Nottea; Igor Latsanovski; Oz Mizrahi; Roi Reuveni; and Khristopher Bond, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

152 3067

X150047

Civil Action Number:

CV15-04527-GW(PLAx)

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Federal Court:
Central District of California

Case Summary

In June 2018, the final two defendants among a group of California-based marketers were permanently barred from the deceptive marketing and billing tactics used in connection with selling skincare products offered to consumers with supposedly “risk-free” trials. The court order settled the charges against them, which the FTC announced in mid-2015. In all, 32 defendants who sold AuraVie, Dellure, LéOR Skincare, and Miracle Face Kit branded skincare products agreed to court orders with the FTC or had default orders entered against them. In November 2019, the FTC announced it was returning over $1.8 million to consumers who bought the deceptively marketed products.

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