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Federal Trade Commission, and the State of Alabama, Plaintiffs, v. Trothsolutions Inc., an Alabama corporation, also d/b/a Troth Solutions; Trothsolutions LLC, a Nevada limited liability corporation, also d/b/a Troth Solutions and Trothsolutiontechnologies; Quickkonto LLC, a Florida limited liability company, also d/b/a Troth Solutions, Troth Av, Trothsolutions Av, qkontos.com, Qkontos, Inc, and Qkontos, LLC; Crazy Bee Man of Palm Beach Inc., a Florida corporation, also d/b/a Elfinam; Edoorways International Corp, also d/b/a Trothsolutions; Escue Energy, Inc., a Nevada corporation, f/k/a Edoorways International Corporation, also d/b/a Trothsolutions and Trothsolution; Airoways LLC, a Nevada limited liability corporation; Madhu Sethi, individually and as an officer of Quickkonto LLC, Crazy Bee Man of Palm Beach Inc., Edoorways International Corp, and Escue Energy, Inc., also d/b/a Trothsolutiontechnologies; and Ila Sethi, individually and as an officer of Trothsolutions Inc. and Trothsolutions LLC, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
172 3018
X170034
Civil Action Number
2:17-cv-00698-RDP
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Northern District of Alabama

Case Summary

The operators of a tech support scam that did business under Troth Solutions and other names settled Federal Trade Commission charges that they tricked consumers into believing their computers were infected with viruses and malware, and then charged them hundreds of dollars for unnecessary repairs.