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The FTC accuses Purestrike and others of illegal “negative option marketing” — treating a consumer’s silence as consent to be charged for goods or services.

SAN DIEGO – The Federal Trade Commission accuses AAFE Products, JBE International, Purestrike and others of illegal “negative option marketing” — treating a consumer’s silence as consent to be charged for goods or services.

Named as defendants to the federal complaint are AAFE Products Corp.; JBE International LLC; BSDC Inc.; KADC Inc.; Purestrike Inc.; BNRI Corp. fka Bernheim & Rice Inc.; Brian Bernheim, individually, and as an owner and officer of BNRI Corp.; Joshua Bernheim, individually, and as an owner and officer of AAFE, JBEI, BSDC, KADC, and Purestrike; Jared Coates, individually, and as an officer or managing member of AAFE, JBEI, and Purestrike; Robert Koch, individually, and as an owner and officer of AAFE Products Corp.

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