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Federal Trade Commission, and the State of Ohio, Office of the Attorney General, Plaintiffs, v. Repair All PC LLC, an Ohio limited liability company; Pro PC Repair LLC, an Ohio limited liability company; I Fix PC LLC, an Ohio limited liability company; WebTech World LLC, a New Jersey limited liability company; Online Assist LLC, a New Jersey limited liability company; Datadeck LLC, a Delaware limited liability company; and I Fix PC, also d/b/a Techers 247, I Fix PC and I Fix PC 247, a Canadian partnership; Jessica Marie Serrano, individually, as owner of Repair All PC, LLC, and as owner and officer of Pro PC Repair LLC and I Fix PC LLC; Dishant Khanna, individually and as assistant director of Repair All PC, LLC; Mohit Malik, individually and as owner, officer and director of WebTech World LLC and Online Assist LLC; Romil Bhatia, individually and as director of Datadeck LLC; Lalit Chadha, individually and as a partner of I Fix PC, also d/b/a Techers 247, I Fix PC and I Fix PC 247; and Roopkala Chadha, individually and as a partner of I Fix PC, also d/b/a Techers 247, I Fix PC and I Fix PC 247, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
162 3137
X170032
Civil Action Number
1:17-CV-0869
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Northern District of Ohio

Case Summary

Repair All PC settled allegations that it operated a computer tech support scam that tricked consumers into believing their computers were infected with viruses and malware, and then charged them hundreds of dollars for unnecessary repairs.