8 Figure Dream Lifestyle LLC

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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company; JL Net Bargains, Inc., a New York corporation; Kappy Enterprises, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company; Millionaire Mind Enterprises LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; OEA, LLC, also d/b/a Online entrepreneur Academy, d/b/a 14 Day Champion Challenge, d/b/a 14 Day Challenge, an Arizona limited liability company; Spirit Consulting Group, Inc., a Texas corporation; John A. Bain, individually and as an officer, member, and/or manager of 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle, LLC; Alex Dee, f/k/a Alex S. Dowlatshahi, individually and as an officer, member and/or manager of 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle LLC, Spirit Consulting Group, Inc., and OEA, LLC; Brian M. Kaplan, individually and as an officer, member and/or manager of 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle LLC, Kappy Enterprises, LLC, Millionaire Mind Enterprises, LLC, and OEA, LLC; Jerrold S. Maurer, a/k/a Jerry Maurer, individually and as an officer, member and/or manager of 8 Figure Dream Lifestyle LLC, JL Net Bargains, Inc., and OEA, LLC; Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

182 3117

Civil Action Number:

8:19-cv-01165-AG-KES

Enforcement Type:

Federal Injunctions

Federal Court:
Central District of California

Case Summary

Announced in June 2019 as part of a crackdown on illegal robocalls against operations around the country responsible for more than one billion calls, thisFTC complaint against five corporate and four individual defendants<, alleges that since at least 2017 the defendants have used a combination of illegal telemarketing robocalls, live telephone calls, text messaging, internet ads, emails, social media, and live events to market and sell consumers fraudulent money-making opportunities. The complaint charges the defendants, who operate from California, Colorado, New York, and Tennessee, with violating the FTC Act, the Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), or both, by making deceptive earnings claims through robocalls and other marketing techniques. In September 2021, The Federal Trade Commission sent checks totaling more than $1 million to consumers who were harmed by the company.