One or More Unknown Parties, FTC v.

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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. One or More Unknown Parties Deceiving Consumers Into Making Purchases through www.cleanyos.com, www.arlysol.com, www.broclea.com, www.cadclea.com, www.cleancate.com, www.cleankler.com, www.cleanula.com, www.clean-sale.com, www.clean-sell.com, www.clorox-sale.com, www.clorox-sales.com, www.cloroxstore.com, www.crlysol.com, www.elysol.com, www.littletoke.com, www.lybclean.com, www.lysoiclean.com, www.lysol-clean.com, www.lysol-cleaners.com, www.lysol-free.com, www.lysolsales.com, www.lysolservicebest.com, www.lysol-sell.com, www.lysol-wipe.com, and www.thaclean.com, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number:

202 3053

Civil Action Number:

5:20-cv-02494

Federal Court:
Northern District of Ohio

Case Summary

In November 2020, at the FTC’s request, a federal court in Ohio issued a temporary restraining order against 25 counterfeit websites that allegedly have been playing on consumers’ COVID-19 pandemic fears to trick them into paying for Clorox and Lysol products that the defendants never deliver.