Knock It Off

     CHICAGO – SubscriberBASE Holdings et al. send illegal, deceptive spam to consumers and sell their personal information to third parties, the FTC says; click headline to see defendants in Federal Court.
     Here are the defendants in the FTC case: SubscriberBASE Holdings, Inc. a South Carolina corp.; SubscriberBASE, Inc. a South Carolina corp.; Jeffrey French, indiv. and as an officer of SubscriberBASE Holdings, Inc. and SubscriberBASE, Inc.; All Square Marketing, LLC, a California LLC; Threadpoint, LLC, a California LLC; PC Global Investments, LLC, a California LLC; Slash 20, LLC, a Delaware LLC; Brent Cranmer, indv. and as an officer of All Square Marketing, LLC, PC Global Investments, LLC and Slash 20, LLC; Christopher McVeigh, indv. and dba CMB Marketing Inc. and as manager of All Square Marketing, LLC; and Michael Mazzella, indv. and dba Mazzco Marketing Inc. and as manager of All Square Marketing, LLC.
     In three more separate, similar complaints, the FTC sued Rentbro Inc., Daniel Pessin and Jacob Engel; Jason Q. Cruz dba Appidemic; and these defendants: Ecommerce Merchants, LLC, a Florida LLC also dba Superior Affiliate Management; Cresta Pillsbury, indv. and as an officer and managing member of Ecommerce Merchants, LLC; Jan-Paul Diaz, indv. and as an officer and managing member of Ecommerce Merchants, LLC; Joshua Brewer, indv. and as an officer and manager of Ecommerce Merchants, LLC; and Daniel Stanitski, indv. and as an officer and manager of Ecommerce Merchants.

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