MIRAMAR | FL. July 09, 2024



The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, sued us and said we broke the law by:

  1. Making claims about how much money Arise Service Partners and Agents could earn without the required proof, and failing to pay what Arise claimed they would earn; and
  2. Failing to give prospective Service Partners and Agents the required disclosure document and earnings claims statement that provide important details about Arise’s business opportunity.

Arise did not admit or deny the FTC’s allegations, but we reached an agreement with the FTC to settle the lawsuit and must pay a monetary judgment of $7 million. We also agreed to:

  • Stop making earnings claims without supporting evidence, which must be made available to actual and prospective Arise Service Partners and Agents upon request;
  • Ensure that any earnings claims align with what Arise Service Partners and Agents actually earn on the Arise Platform; and
  • Make required disclosures and statements about our earnings claims to prospective Service Partners and Agents that give important details about working on the Arise Platform.
Learn more about the settlement on the FTC’s website.


About Your Rights

The FTC’s Business Opportunity Rule puts safeguards in place to make sure you have the

information you need to evaluate a business opportunity. Before you sign on the dotted line or send money to buy a business opportunity, read the FTC’s guidance about the Business Opportunity Rule.

If you suspect a business opportunity seller is violating the Business Opportunity Rule and/or committing unfair or deceptive acts or practices, report it to the FTC at ReportFraud.ftc.gov.