Federal Trade Commission (FTC) vs. Digital Altitude, LLC, et al

This website was last updated March 12, 2018.

On March 9, 2018, the Court issued its ORDER RE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION [Dkt. No. 111] and making the appointment of the Receiver permanent.

Several hundred Digital Altitude customers have requested refunds of the Receiver by email. Due to the large volume of emails, it will not be an efficient use of scarce receivership assets to respond to these requests individually. Please be advised that the Receiver will not be honoring any refund requests at this time. At some point in the future, if the FTC prevails in its litigation against Digital Altitude, and depending on the success of the Receiver in recovering funds for the benefit of allegedly aggrieved consumers, there may be a distribution process approved by the Court. Consumers will be advised of the terms of any claims process and plan of distribution at the appropriate time. For the time being based on the Receiver’s current information concerning the value of Digital Altitude’s assets, consumers should not expect any significant recoveries. That being said, the Receiver is continuing to work diligently to identify and marshal assets and identify potential sources of recovery. The Receiver’s efforts will be posted on this website.

March 1, 2018: The Receiver has filed his RECEIVER'S FIRST REPORT AND INVENTORY [Dkt. No. 93].

The Receiver has received numerous requests for refunds from consumers. Do to the high volume of refund requests, the Receiver will not be replying to the emails individually.

Consumers should be advised that no refund requests are being honored at this time. As some point in the future, depending on the outcome of the FTC litigation against Digital Altitude and the amount of money recovered by the Receiver, a claim process may be established if ordered by the Court. At the appropriate time, consumers will be given the ability to file a claim for their losses.

Thank you for visiting this website. Due to the large volume of emails inquiries, many of you have not yet received a reply. We are working to reply to all emails and have prepared the following list of Frequently Asked Questions that may answer your question in the meantime.

The Receiver is suspending operations for the time being and cancelling the Apex conference. Please see the NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES of February 9, 2018.


This web site has been established to foster efficient communications between customers and creditors of Digital Altitude, LLC, et al (the "Corporate Defendants") and Thomas Seaman, who is serving as its temporary receiver (the "Receiver"). Mr. Seaman was appointed on February 1, 2018, in a FTC enforcement action known as Federal Trade Commission (the "FTC" or "Plaintiff") vs. Digital Altitude LLC, Digital Altitude Limited, Aspire Processing LLC, Aspire Processing Limited, Aspire Ventures Ltd, Disc Enterprises Inc., RISE Systems & Enterprise LLC (Utah), RISE Systems & Enterprise LLC (Nevada), Soar International Limited Liability Company, The Upside, LLC, Thermography for Life, LLC, d/b/a Living Exceptionally, Inc., Michael Force, Mary Dee, Morgan Johnson, Alan Moore, and Sean Brown (collectively, the "Defendants"), Case No. LA CV18-00729 JAK (MRWx) in the United States District Court, Central District of California. The case is heard before the Honorable John A. Kronstadt.

The FTC has alleged in their COMPLAINT [Dkt. No. 1] that the Defendants have engaged in practices in violation of Section 5(a) of the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C. § 45(a). On February 1, 2018, Judge John A. Kronstadt ordered that the assets of Defendants and their subsidiaries and affiliates be frozen and issued a EX PARTE TEMPORARY RESTRAINING ORDER WITH ASSET FREEZE, APPOINTMENT OF A TEMPORARY RECEIVER, AND OTHER EQUITABLE RELIEF, AND ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION SHOULD NOT ISSUE [Dkt. No. 34] (the "TRO"). The TRO restrains and enjoins the Defendants from managing the business or interfering with the Receiver. The TRO also appointed Thomas A. Seaman as temporary Receiver.

Federal Trade Commission (FTC) vs. Digital Altitude, LLC, et al.
US. District Court for the Central District of California, Case No. 2:18-cv-00729-JAK-MRW; the Honorable John A. Kronstadt, presiding
Thomas A. Seaman, as Receiver