Pursuant to the Stipulated Preliminary Injunction Order (the “Order”) entered by the United States District Court for the District of Utah on November 1, 2019, Zurixx, LLC and its related entities were placed into a Receivership, and David K. Broadbent was appointed as Receiver. A copy of the Order is available under the “Pleadings” tab above.

Zurixx and its related companies are no longer doing business.

For consumers who purchased products or services from Zurixx with a credit card(s), you may wish to contact your credit card company to see what remedies may be available to you. Please feel free to visit https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0219-disputing-credit-card-charges for more information that may be helpful.

Please feel free to check back for more information, as this website will be updated periodically.


The FTC, the Utah Division of Consumer Protection and the defendants settled their case, and, on February 15, 2022, the court approved the settlement.  A copy of the Court’s order is available under the “Pleadings” tab above.

On August 31, 2023, the Court authorized the Receiver to transfer to the FTC all funds in the receivership estate, less a reserve amount for the Receiver to use to wind down the receivership, which the FTC will use for consumer redress. A copy of that order is also available under the “Pleadings” tab above. Pursuant to that order, the Receiver transferred the amount of $5,379,912.86 to the FTC on September 11, 2023.

To answer questions about payments to consumers and filing of claims, the FTC has provided the following:

I just heard about an FTC settlement. How long will it take to send out payments? How do I file a claim?

We send out payments as soon as we can. We cannot send payments until all legal action is complete, and we have collected the money from the defendants.

Most FTC cases do not require you to file a claim. FTC court orders typically require the defendants to provide a list of customers, along with their contact information, and how much they paid. We use this information to send refunds.  If we do not have all the information we need to send refunds, we may request that consumers file a claim. If so, information about how to file a claim will be available at ftc.gov/refunds.

It is our goal to send payments within 6 months of receiving the data and money necessary for distribution.

If you believe you have been affected by an FTC case that is not listed at ftc.gov/refunds, you can file a complaint at reportfraud.ftc.gov.