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Disruptive Technology Start-Up RedCarpet™ Ships World-Famous Chicago and New York Pizza to Consumers Nationwide

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Scottsdale-based RedCarpet is an innovative technology company providing nationwide pizza delivery from top-rated pizzerias in the heart of Chicago and New York, the undisputed pizza capitals of America.

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  • Scottsdale-based RedCarpet is an innovative technology company providing nationwide pizza delivery from top-rated pizzerias in the heart of Chicago and New York, the undisputed pizza capitals of America.
  • "On the consumer side, creating accessibility to pizza that previously didn't exist is at the heart of what we do," says Bandawat.
  • This means that with RedCarpet you can eat like a local from the comfort of your own home, no longer having to travel to experience the best pizza from Chicago and New York.
  • A pioneer in the nationwide pizza delivery space, RedCarpet is targeting an industry that is ripe for disruption.

Goldfish Swim School's Pediatrician Offers Winter Water Safety Tips, Suggests Giving the Gift of Activity this Holiday Season with Swim Lessons

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TROY, Mich., Dec. 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- With temperatures dropping and the holidays just around the corner, Goldfish Swim School reminds parents the importance of water safety throughout the year – even in the winter months. According to the National Safety Council, even when it's cold outside, more than 150 people across the country lose their lives due to drowning each month. Drownings are also the number one cause of injury-related death among children ages 1 to 4, taking the lives of three children in the United States every day.

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  • Be Emergency-Ready: It is important for your children to know what to do in a winter water safety emergency.
  • Prioritize water safety conversations by talking to the caretakers about water safety measures supervision, keeping gates closed, doors locked, etc.
  • "Most importantly, they're unwrapping the gift of water safety giving parents the priceless gift of peace of mind."
  • Founded by husband-and-wife team Chris and Jenny McCuiston, Goldfish Swim School provides swim lessons and water safety instruction to infants and children ages four months to 12 years.

BLUETTI Opens First Flagship Store in Munich, Germany for Hands-on Experience

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

To enhance the user experience, BLUETTI, a top-three solar generator brand, has opened its first physical storefront in Munich, Germany, on November 4.

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  • To enhance the user experience, BLUETTI, a top-three solar generator brand, has opened its first physical storefront in Munich, Germany, on November 4.
  • View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20221202005505/en/
    This so-called WOC X BLUETTI store is set up as a physical hub of what the brand represents online.
  • It showcases BLUETTI's entire product range, from the latest releases to iconic models, along with other accessories.
  • Many like the EB3A were sold out immediately as people swarmed into the store on its opening day.

Bark Technologies Announces a Strategic MVNO Agreement with T-Mobile Enabling Mobile Service for its Bark Phone Featuring Children's Online Protection

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

The MVNO agreement will provide customers with exceptional cellular coverage and data plans without upfront costs.

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  • The MVNO agreement will provide customers with exceptional cellular coverage and data plans without upfront costs.
  • "We are excited to announce the launch of our newest product, the Bark Phone, with cellular service powered by T-Mobile," said Brian Bason, founder and CEO of Bark Technologies.
  • "Bark Technologies is a leader in the digital safety space for children, and we're excited to power their new Bark Phone.
  • "By choosing T-Mobile's network, Bark Technologies is primed for expansion with the nation's largest, fastest and most reliable nationwide 5G network."

PAYPAL HOLDINGS, INC. DEADLINE ALERT: Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. Reminds Investors that a Class Action Lawsuit Has Been Filed Against PayPal Holdings, Inc. and Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Investors have until December 5, 2022, to apply to the Court to be appointed as lead plaintiff in the lawsuit.

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  • Investors have until December 5, 2022, to apply to the Court to be appointed as lead plaintiff in the lawsuit.
  • The PayPal class action lawsuit alleges that PayPal throughout the Class Period touted the growth in its Net New Active Accounts (NNAs) and instructed investors to value the high growth in this metric as one of the most important indicators of how PayPal was performing.
  • But as the PayPal class action lawsuit alleges, while touting its NNA growth, PayPal failed to disclose that many of the additional users acquired through its cash account creation incentive campaigns were illusory because those incentive campaigns were easily susceptible to fraud.
  • The firm represents individual and institutional investors in commercial, securities, derivative, and other complex litigation in state and federal courts across the country.

Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C. Reminds Investors That Class Action Lawsuits Have Been Filed Against PayPal, Opendoor, Schmitt, and Block and Encourages Investors to Contact the Firm

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Saturday, December 3, 2022

Following the Merger, the Company has operated a digital platform for buying and selling residential real estate in the U.S.

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  • Following the Merger, the Company has operated a digital platform for buying and selling residential real estate in the U.S.
  • On this news, Schmitt stock fell $0.68, or 17.9%, to close at $3.12 per share on September 21, 2022, hurting investors.
  • For more information on the Block class action go to: https://bespc.com/cases/SQ
    About Bragar Eagel & Squire, P.C.
  • The firm represents individual and institutional investors in commercial, securities, derivative, and other complex litigation in state and federal courts across the country.

FTC blows the whistle on business coaching program

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But according to the FTC, marketers of business coaching services took consumers for millions by using offside sales tactics that will likely disqualify them from the Truth-in-Advertising Hall of Fame.

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  • But according to the FTC, marketers of business coaching services took consumers for millions by using offside sales tactics that will likely disqualify them from the Truth-in-Advertising Hall of Fame.
  • The complaint alleges that a Utah-based company called Guidance hired telemarketing outfits sales floors to pitch its supposedly personalized business coaching services.
  • According to the FTC, telemarketers pitched the coaching services as an exclusive one-on-one program of business know-how and specialized market research available only to a limited number of qualified people.
  • Once people signed up the initial cost sometimes topped $10,000 the FTC says the defendants blitzed them with pricey upsells.
  • In fact, the FTC says that the overwhelming majority of people who bought the defendants business coaching services were never able to establish a business.
  • To settle the case, the defendants have agreed to broad injunctive provisions and lifetime bans from business coaching or work-at-home opportunities, with narrow exemptions for certain lawful business activities.
  • Before doing business with a business coach, consider these extra points from the FTC.
  • But according to the FTC, marketers of business coaching services took consumers for millions by using offside sales tactics that will likely disqualify them from the Truth-in-Advertising Hall of Fame.

Where HireRight Solutions went wrong

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Tulsa-based HireRight Solutions is a background screening company that thousands of employers use to check out current employees and people applying for jobs.

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  • Tulsa-based HireRight Solutions is a background screening company that thousands of employers use to check out current employees and people applying for jobs.
  • When it comes to Fair Credit Reporting Act compliance, the FTC says HireRight Solutions got it wrong by not using reasonable procedures to ensure the accuracy of the information it was selling.
  • The upshot: a $2.6 million civil penalty, the second-largest ever in an FTC FCRA case.
  • The background screening reports that HireRight Solutions sells are consumer reports under the FCRA.
  • That's where the FTC says HireRight Solutions didnt get it right.
  • For example, the FTC alleges that HireRight Solutions had a big backlog because it didnt hire enough staff to respond to peoples concerns about inaccuracies.
  • The complaint charges that HireRight Solutions had a system in place for notifying people, but it was too clunky to be of much practical use.
  • In addition to the $2.6 million penalty, the stipulated order puts provisions in place to change how HireRight Solutions does business going forward.