FTC sending $9.1M in refunds to victims of fraudulent Amazing Wealth System


The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it will distribute a total of $9.1 million in refunds to consumers, who were victims of a fraudulent scheme called Amazing Wealth System.

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The companies and individuals behind the phony Amazing Wealth System deceived thousands of consumers who were hoping to establish a profitable online business.

On Tuesday, the FTC said it will be sending checks or PayPal payments to 13,348 consumers who purchased the Amazing Wealth System. Consumers will be receiving an average refund amount of $684.24.

The Commission is advising consumers to deposit or cash their checks within 60 days. It is also reminding consumers that they are not required to pay money or provide information to cash a refund check.

FTC banned marketers of Amazing Wealth System

In 2018, the FTC sued FBA Stores, its related companies, and individuals for deceptively marketing the Amazing Wealth System, which they claim would enable people to get rich selling products on Amazon. However, the defendants had no affiliations with Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN).