When to stop shopping at Costco?

Costco announced that it will begin to stop selling items at its online retail giant, the discount grocery chain, after the government suspended the retailer’s business with the Federal Trade Commission.

Costco, which is owned by J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., said on Thursday that it would begin to pull items from its online catalogs at 7 p.m.

ET on Friday.

Costco will no longer be able to sell items through its website and the company said it will continue to monitor and cooperate with the FTC.

Costos online catalog will continue as it is now, the company added.

Costcos online catalog is the largest online retailer in the United States, with more than 11 million items sold.

The FTC suspended the business in December for violating the FTC Act, which requires retailers to obtain consumer consent before offering products to consumers.

The suspension was prompted by a complaint filed by the FTC’s Center for Competition and Consumer Protection.