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November 13, 2014

Posted  November 13, 2014

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi’s Office and the Federal Trade Commission obtained a permanent injunction against an Orlando-based operation that used pre-recorded telephone calls, known as robocalls, to pitch purportedly free medical alert devices to senior citizens by falsely representing that the devices had been purchased for them by a relative or friend, violating the FTC Act, the Commission’s Telemarketing Sales Rule and Florida’s Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act. The defendants also allegedly misled consumers to believe that the devices were endorsed by various health organizations and that they would not be charged anything before the devices were activated. The defendants include Worldwide Info Services, Inc., Elite Information Solutions Inc., Absolute Solutions Group Inc., Global Interactive Technologies, Inc., Global Service Providers, Inc., Arcagen Inc., American Innovative Concepts, Inc., Unique Information Services Inc. and National Life Network Inc. FL