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March 3, 2016

Posted  March 3, 2016

A Utah man and three companies he controls have agreed to settle FTC charges that they assisted a deceptive work-at-home scheme that the FTC charged, in February 2014, with conning millions of dollars from consumers. The scheme, which did business as Coaching Department and Apply Knowledge, among other names, falsely promised consumers they could earn thousands of dollars a month by purchasing business coaching services. Under the settlement order, Ken Sonnenberg, Apply Knowledge LLC, eVertex Solutions LLC, and Supplier Source LLC are prohibited from making claims, or assisting others in making claims, about likely earnings without reliable, written substantiation. The order imposes a $500,000 judgement against the companies. FTC