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Federal Trade Commission, and Office of the Attorney General, State of Florida, Department of Legal Affairs, Plaintiffs, vs. Life Management Services of Orange County, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; Loyal Financial & Credit Services, LLC, a Florida limited liability company, also doing business as FOC Credit, and Reward Services; IVD Recovery, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; KWP Services, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; KWP Services of Florida LLC, a Florida limited liability company; LPSOFFLA LLC, a Florida limited liability company; LPSOFFLORIDA L.L.C., a Florida limited liability company; PW&F Consultants of Florida LLC, a Florida limited liability company; UAD Secure Services LLC, a Florida limited liability company; UAD Secure Service of FL LLC, a Florida limited liability company; URB Management, LLC, a Florida limited liability company; YCC Solutions LLC, a Florida limited liability company; YFP Solutions LLC, a Florida limited liability company; and Kevin W. Guice, individually and as an officer of Loyal Financial & Credit Services, LLC; Chase P. Jackowski, individually and as an officer of LPSOFFLA LLC, LPSOFFLORIDA L.L.C., and YFP Solutions LLC; Linda N. McNealy, individually and as an officer of Loyal Financial & Credit Services, LLC; Clarence H. Wahl, also known as Harry C. Wahl, individually and as an officer of KWP Services of Florida LLC, and Life Management Services of Orange County, LLC; and Karen M. Wahl, individually and as an officer of KWP Services, LLC, Defendants; and Robert Guice, individually, and Timothy Woods, individually, Relief Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
152 3216
X160047
Civil Action Number
6:16-cv-982-0rl-41TBS
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Middle District of Florida

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, this court order contains provisions related to two sets of defendants: 1) the Lifewatch defendants, which includes Lifewatch, Inc., Evan Sirlin, and Mitchel May; and 2) the Roman defendants, which includes Safe Home Security, MedGuard Alert, Inc., and David Roman. The order permanently bans the Lifewatch defendants from telemarketing and prohibits them from misrepresenting the terms associated with the sale of any product or service. It also imposes a financial judgment of $25.3 million against Lifewatch and Sirlin. According to the FTC’s July 2015 complaint, filed jointly with the Florida Attorney General’s Office, since 2012 the defendants bombarded primarily elderly consumers with at least a billion unsolicited robocalls to pitch supposedly “free” medical alert systems. In December 2021, the FTC announce it was returning more than $1.8 million to defrauded consumers.