Results for "Sensa"

Sensa Weight-Loss Crystals

December 4th, 2014

July 2014: The same named-plaintiff filed a new complaint in a different court (this time in California district court rather than Florida) making similar allegations. This complaint alleges that Sensa falsely promises consumers who sprinkle its products on their food will lose weight without dieting when, in reality, the Sensa products do not work as

Sensa Weight-Loss Products

January 9th, 2014

In January 2014, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Sensa Products, LLC for allegedly falsely advertising Sensa weight-loss crystals. Specifically, the complaint alleges that the company’s advertisements promise consumers who use the product can lose weight without dieting when, in reality, the product cannot provide the promised weight-loss benefits. In addition, plaintiffs claim the company

Just For Men® Jet Black

June 20th, 2017

In June 2017, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Combe, Inc. for, among other things, allegedly deceptively representing that Just For Men® Jet Black is safe and cosmetically effective without warning consumers that the product is dangerous and increases the risk of severe physical injuries, including rashes, itching, swelling, burning sensations, and shortness of breath. in the News

January 5th, 2017

2017 • 2016 • 2015 • 2014 • 2013 • 2012 “The Baffling Rise of Goop“ Olga Khazan, 12 September, 2017 “But Truth in Advertising, a consumer-advocacy group, cited earthing in a database of 50-some instances in which Goop promoted unsubstantiated products or claims. Last month, Truth in Advertising urged two California district attorneys to

Booty Max

December 7th, 2016

“Two easy payments of $19.95” proves elusive for reader’s boyfriend.


October 6th, 2015

Discounted athletic wear carries enrollment into thorny monthly subscription service.

2015 Walmart Error Database

June 29th, 2015

Below are 200 examples of Made in the USA misrepresentations on found between June 22 and July 13, 2015. Group 1: Instances in which the USA label is inconsistent with information contained on the product packaging or manufacturer’s website. Errors 1-35 are from’s June sampling; Errors 36-40 are from’s July sampling.

Code Red Seven

June 18th, 2013

This radio ad for a product called Code Red Seven makes it sound pretty miraculous. “David” was suffering from decreased libido due to his unhealthy lifestyle, but apparently Code Red Seven counteracted the negative effects of being overweight and drinking too much and delivered positive results. Despite the fast-talk at the end of the ad

Status & Updates

May 24th, 2012

October 5, 2016: NourishLife notifies its customers that it changed its name to Lifetrients and obtained a new website address,  The company continues to sell Speak and now claims it is a supplement for children with “special nutritional requirements.” August 24, 2015: The FTC announced that 6,936 consumers who lose money buying Speak will each receive a $25.18

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