KlearGear didn't send anyone to their court hearing, but they did reinstate their non-disparagement clause. That's 3,500 reasons not to ever order from them.
KlearGear No-Shows Hearing, Reinstates $3,500 Non-Disparagement Clause
March 26, 2014

Via Techdirt:

KlearGear is getting back into the pay-to-complain business. Despite being forced into hiding after news surfaced that it had (fraudulently) attempted to extract $3,500 from a negative reviewer using a bogus non-disparagement clause hidden in its "Terms of Sale and Use," the company continues to limp along, avoiding taking responsibility for its actions.

As KUTV.com notes, the impossible-to-locate representatives of KlearGear were no-shows in court. (h/t to Techdirt reader Howard Robinson)

The court clerk declared kleargear.com to be in default on March 11, 2014. Eight days later, Michelm...

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