UPDATE: Receiver In ASI Case Launches Website

Larry Cook, the receiver in the Federal Trade Commission case against Affiliate Strategies Inc., Brett Blackman and several co-defendants, has started a website to inform interested parties.

Visit the receiver’s website in the ASI case.

The FTC said the defendants were involved in a fraudulent scheme that promised “guaranteed” grants of $25,000 from economic-stimulus funds provided by the government. State attorneys general from Kansas, Minnesota and North Carolina joined in the lawsuit.

Blackman is ASI’s president, chief executive officer and founding partner, and also president of Noobing, a surf site. Noobing was not named in the FTC complaint, but the site is offline. Noobing targeted members of the deaf community.

U.S. District Judge Julie A. Robinson issued a temporary restraining order (TRO) and asset freeze July 24.

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