Premium Grants

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Federal Trade Commission, v., Hite Media Group, LLC, a Michigan limited liability company, also doing business as Premium Grants and PremiumGrants.com; Premium Business Solutions, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, also doing business as Premium Services, Premium Grants, and PremiumGrants.com; Premium Domain Services, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, also doing business as Premium Services, Premium Grants, and PremiumGrants.com; 2 Unique, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, also doing business as Unique Services, Unique Grants, UniqueGrants.com, and Grant Support; Amazing App, LLC, an Arizona limited liability company; and Michael Ford Hilliard, individually and as the owner and manager of Amazing App, LLC, and as a de facto manager and a beneficial owner of Hite Media Group, LLC, Premium Business Solutions, LLC, Premium Domain Services, LLC, and 2 Unique, LLC; Michael De Rosa, individually and as a de facto manager of Hite Media Group, LLC, Premium Business Solutions, LLC, Premium Domain Services, LLC, and 2 Unique, LLC; Shawn Stumbo, individually and as an agent, owner, and manager of Premium Domain Services, LLC; Tiffany Hoffman, individually and as an member, officer, agent, and owner of 2 Unique, LLC; Jeremy Silvers, individually and as an owner and manager of Premium Business Solutions, LLC, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

172 3157

X180048

Civil Action Number:

2:18-cv-02221

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Federal Court:
District of Arizona

Case Summary

A federal district court in Arizona entered three stipulated orders on February 26, 2019, settling the FTC’s case against the operators of a sham grant scheme known as Premium Grants. The defendants targeted individuals, many of whom are elderly or have disabilities, who sought help with paying personal expenses such as medical bills, home repairs, and debt.