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Case Status
Pending
United States of America, Plaintiff v. Vision Path, Inc., a corporation, also doing business as Hubble Contacts
FTC Matter/File Number
182 3028
Civil Action Number
1:22-cv-00176
Enforcement Type
Civil Penalties
Federal Injunctions
Federal Court
District of Columbia

Case Summary

In January 2022, New York City-based Vision Path, Inc., the online seller of direct-to-consumer Hubble lenses, agreed pay penalties and redress totaling $3.5 million to settle FTC charges that it violated the Contact Lens Rule in several ways, including by failing to obtain prescriptions and to properly verify prescription information, and by substituting Hubble lenses for those actually prescribed to consumers. The FTC also alleged the company violated the FTC Act when it failed to disclose that many reviews of Hubble lenses were not by unbiased consumers but were written by reviewers who were compensated for their reviews, and, in at least one instance, by one of its own executives.