By: David Bland
In the wake of the Omicron variant’s global surge, as COVID-19 case counts neared their peak of over 800,000 new cases per day across the U.S., the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) publicized a series of cease and desist demands it sent to 25 businesses over the past six months. Granted under the authority of the COVID-19 Consumer Protection Act, the list included four direct sellers targeted in November and December 2021.
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