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Federal Trade Commission, Plaintiff, v. Jason Cardiff; Eunjung Cardiff, also known as Eunjung Lee, also known as Eunjung No; Danielle Cadiz, also known as Danielle Walker; Redwood Scientific Technologies, Inc., a California corporation, also doing business as Rengalife; Redwood Scientific Technologies, Inc., a Nevada corporation; Redwood Scientific Technologies, Inc., a Delaware corporation; Identify, LLC, a Wyoming limited liability company; Advanced Men’s Institute Prolongz LLC, doing business as AMI, a limited liability company; Run Away Products, LLC, a New York limited liability company; and Carols Place Limited Partnership, an Arizona limited liability partnership, Defendants.
FTC Matter/File Number
172 3117
Civil Action Number
ED 18-cv-02104 SJO (PLAx)
Enforcement Type
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
Central District of California

Case Summary

The FTC’s October 2018 complaint against Redwood Scientific charged the defendants with a scheme that used illegal robocalls to deceptively market dissolvable oral film strips as effective smoking cessation, weight-loss, and sexual-performance aids. Announced in June 2019 as part of a crackdown on illegal robocalls against operations around the country responsible for more than one billion calls, an initial  settlement resolved the FTC’s charges against one defendant in the Redwood Scientific case, Danielle Cadiz. The order permanently banned Cadiz from all robocall activities, including ringless voicemails, and imposes a judgment of $18.2 million against Cadiz. In March 2022, the FTC announced the final court orders against all remaining defendants.

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