A federal court has imposed a $26.9 million judgment against the operator of a work-at-home scheme who lied about his financial assets in an effort to hide them from the Federal Trade Commission when he agreed to a settlement with the agency in 2010.

Jonathan Eborn was one of the marketers behind a work-at-home scheme that operated under names such as "Google Money Tree," "Google Pro" and "Google Treasure Chest."

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