Federal Trade Commission v. IAB Marketing Associates, LP

Filing 71

STIPULATED PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION. Signed by Judge Robert N. Scola, Jr. on 10/9/2012. (Attachments: # 1 Financial Statement - Individual Defendant, # 2 Financial Statement - Corporate Defendant, # 3 Consent to Release of Financial Records) (rss)

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FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION CONSENT TO RELEASE OF FINANCIAL RECORDS I, __________________________________, residing at, __________________________, in the United States of America, do hereby direct any bank, trust company, or financial institution, at which I have an account of any kind or at which a corporation, or natural person has a bank account of any kind upon which I am authorized to draw, and its officers, employees, and agents, to disclose all information and delivery copies of all documents of every nature in their possession or control that relate to any such account to any attorney or representative of the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”), and to give evidence relevant thereto, in the matter of the FTC v. IAB Marketing Associates, LP, et al. Case No. 12-CIV-61830-Scola, before the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and this shall be irrevocable authority for so doing. This direction is intended to apply to the laws of countries other than the United States of America that restrict or prohibit the disclosure of financial information without the consent of the holder of the account, and shall be [Type text] Attachment C construed as consent with respect thereto, and the same shall apply to any of the accounts for which I may be a relevant principal. Dated: ___________________________________, 2012 Name (print): ___________________________________ Signature: _________________________________________ [Type text] Attachment C

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