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False Claims

Ryan Archdeacon, the CEO of Aura Labs dba AuraLife and AuraWare, posted deceptive, false or unsubstantiated claims that his downloadable blood pressure app, from which he made $600,000, was as accurate as the traditional blood pressure cuff, the FTC claims in Federal Court.

LOS ANGELES - Ryan Archdeacon, the CEO of Aura Labs dba AuraLife and AuraWare, posted deceptive, false or unsubstantiated claims that his downloadable blood pressure app, from which he made $600,000, was as accurate as the traditional blood pressure cuff, the FTC claims in Federal Court.

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