Randon Morris

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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. National Web Design, LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company; B2B Website Design, LLC, also doing business as Affiliate Web Design, a Delaware limited liability company; Amazon Affiliate Program, LLC, also doing business as The Affiliate Consultants, a Delaware limited liability company; R&C Consultation LLC, also doing business as R&C Consulting, a Delaware limited liability company; and Randon J. Morris, also known as Randy Morris, individually and as a member of National Web Design, LLC, B2B Website Design, LLC, Amazon Affiliate Program, LLC, and R&C Consultation, LLC, Defendants.
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District of Utah

Case Summary

On December 1, 2020, a federal court granted the FTC’s motion for a temporary restraining order against Randon Morris and four companies he controls for perpetrating a telemarketing fraud scheme. The FTC alleged that the defendants initiated millions of robocalls nationwide to promote sham work-from-home business opportunity programs. The defendants lured consumers into purchasing these programs with false promises that consumers could earn hundreds of dollars a day and claimed an affiliation with Amazon.com where none existed. They also invoked the coronavirus pandemic in robocall messages to prey on consumers who are concerned about working outside of their homes during a national public health crisis.