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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. James Christiano, also known as Jamie Christiano, individually and as an owner, officer, or manager of NetDotSolutions, Inc. and TeraMESH Networks, Inc.; NetDotSolutions, Inc., a California corporation; TeraMESH Networks, Inc., a California corporation; Andrew Salisbury, also known as Andy Salisbury, individually and as an owner, officer, manager, or de facto owner, officer, or manager of World Connection USA, LLC, World Connection, LLC, and World Connection, S.A.; World Connection USA, LLC, a California limited liability company; World Connection, LLC, an Idaho limited liability company; and World Connection, S.A., a Guatemalan business entity, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
162 3124
Civil Action Number
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Central District of California

Case Summary

Four separate operations responsible for bombarding consumers nationwide with billions of unwanted and illegal robocalls pitching auto warranties, debt-relief services, home security systems, fake charities, and Google search results services have agreed to settle FTC charges that they violated the FTC Act and the agency’s Telemarketing Sales Rule (TSR), including its Do Not Call (DNC) provisions.