Marketing firm settles with Goddard’s office

by louabbott on May 25, 2006

Attorney General Arizona Republic (Phoenix) (AZ) – May 25, 2006

Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard on Wednesday announced a $115,000 settlement with Scottsdale-based Liberty League International LLC and its principals, Brent Payne and Shane Krider.

The consent judgment resolves complaints that the multilevel marketing corporation tricked customers into spending substantial amounts of money by promising “sizable commissions” if they helped market three “personal development” products and recruit new participants.

Former Attorney General Grant Woods, who represents Liberty, said the company has had thousands of satisfied customers. He said a rival company generated the complaints to Goddard’s office. Woods said any customer who was “legitimately misled” will get their money back.

Read the entire article at the Arizona Attorney General Site

Also, read our company overview:  Liberty League Facts, News and Review

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