New York, NY – April 9, 2024 – BBB National Programs’ National Advertising Division has referred advertising claims made by Shizhan Sun, a mobile app software marketing company, to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and social media platforms after the company failed to provide a substantive response to the National Advertising Division’s inquiry.    

The following represent the claims that served as the basis for this inquiry.

Express Claims

  • “I haven’t worked in 2 years.”
  • “It’s $100-600 per day.”
  • “Look at my proof: You have received $20,681.66 USD to your eWallet from Woody Block. Current Balance: $22,471.16 USD.”
  • “You have received $26,837.66 to your eWallet from Woody Block.”

Implied Claim

  • Woody Block players will typically earn large amounts of money in a short period of time.

Despite repeated outreach attempts, Shizhan Sun did not submit a substantive response to the National Advertising Division’s (NAD) inquiry or participate in the self-regulatory process. Per NAD/NARB Procedures, NAD has referred this matter to the FTC for review and possible enforcement action.

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