PHOENIX (Legal Newsline) — Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich recently announced a six-year ban against two businesses selling work-from-home opportunities.

The businesses, First Progress and Nortec Strategies, are both owned by Eli Rabadi. These defendants will pay $22,300 in restitution to consumers after allegations of deceptive business practices.

According to Brnovich’s office, First Progress and Nortec Strategies made deceptive statements about profitability to consumers who purchased products from the them. Brnovich also said the defendants failed to register as a telemarketer in Arizona.

“My office has zero tolerance for unscrupulous telemarketers that invade our privacy and refuse to follow state telemarketing laws,” Brnovich said in a statement.

Brnovich’s office is currently in the process of contacting consumers who could be eligible for restitution. Brnovich noted that consumers who purchased a website from either of the defendant companies should reach out to his office. Complaints must be submitted to Brnovich’s office by May 26.

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