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On April 14, 2021, a report was issued by Culper Researchalleging that “LifeMD appears to use unlicensed doctors to dispense OTC medications, has implemented an autoshipping/autobilling scheme, failed to honor guarantees, and put in place abusive telemarketing practices.” It was also alleged in this report that several of LifeMD’s executives were involved in “wide ranging fraud” at Redwood Scientific, which was subsequently charged by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission with “unlawful autoshipping, abusive telemarketing, and false claims.” Specifically, “many customers are effectively duped into purchasing subscriptions rather than one-time purchases” and LifeMD “makes cancellations difficult if not impossible”, according to Culper Research, During intraday trading on April 14, 2021, LifeMD’s share price fell as much as 22% on this news.