FTC Finalizes Order Against Motocross and ATV Parts Maker Cycra for False Made in USA Claims

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The Federal Trade Commission has finalized its order against motocross and ATV parts maker Cycra and its officer, Chad James, for falsely claiming that the company’s products were manufactured in the U.S. The FTC’s order, first announced in April, 2023 would stop Cycra and James from making deceptive claims about products being “Made in USA” and require them to pay a monetary judgment.

The FTC’s order against Cycra and James includes a number of requirements about the claims the defendants make:

The order includes a monetary judgment of $872,577, which is partially suspended based on an inability to pay. Cycra and James will be required to pay $221,385.66.

The Commission vote to finalize the order was 3-0. The lead staff attorney on this matter was Julia Solomon Ensor in the Bureau of Consumer Protection.

Official news published at https://www.ftc.gov/news-events/news/press-releases/2023/06/ftc-finalizes-order-against-motocross-atv-parts-maker-cycra-false-made-usa-claims

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