The Right Combination, a multi-level gold coin and marketing firm, has agreed to stop promoting its business in Utah, state regulators said.
Company officials have signed an assurance of voluntary compliance with the Division of Consumer Protection and agreed to stop marketing, promoting, soliciting or otherwise advancing their market plans or product until the parties agree in writing.Gary Hansen, division director, said the company has violated the Utah Consumer Sales Practices Act. The assurance, signed by James A. Silkwood, president, said the company will contact all Utah employees, agents, representatives or contractors that sales and solicitations must stop until further notice.
The assurance calls for civil penalties of up to $5,000 for each day of violation. Although Silkwood signed the assurance document, it says the Right Combination doesn't admit any wrongdoing.