Click4Support, Ubertechsupport, and Click4Support Tech Services, and their affiliated businesses, including iSourceUSA, LLC, Click4Support, LLC, Spanning Source, LLC, and Innovazion, Inc., are currently in receivership pursuant to a Court Order issued by the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania on November 10, 2015 and amended November 24, 2015, in the case Federal Trade Commission et al. v. Click4Support, LLC et al., Civil Action No. 15-5777.

On December 8, 2017, the Court issued an Order and determined the following:

  1. Pennsylvania law determines the status of the assets in the receivership estate.
  2. Consistent with the Court’s factual findings stated in the Court’s November 10, 2015 Memorandum (Docket No. 40), the Court finds that the assets in the receivership estate were acquired from consumer victims through fraud and other improper means.
  3. In order to prevent unjust enrichment, the Court finds that the assets in the receivership estate are subject to constructive trust for consumer victims and should therefore be used for the benefit of consumer victims.

A copy of the Court Order is available here.

Any consumer who believes that he or she was wrongfully induced to purchase computer technical support services from any of the above-identified business entities, is invited to file a consumer complaint with the Federal Trade Commission by visiting or by calling (877) 382-4357. Any such consumer complaint should be filed within 45 days from the date of the Court Order.