Status and Updates

January 2017: The Utah Division of Consumer Protection enters into a Settlement Agreement that requires Scott Barth to pay the Division $37,500 for violating the previous agreement, plus $5,000 to be paid by his company, Alpha International Marketing. Barth also agreed to provide full refunds to consumers who were charged for “free” trials and who file complaints within 12 months of the agreement.

September 16, 2016: The Utah Division of Consumer Protection brings a formal action against former Vapex executive Scott Barth seeking to impose fines for violating the previous Settlement Agreement in connection with his marketing of O2Pur.

February 4, 2016: sends a letter to Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes and Director of the Division of Consumer Protection Daniel O’Bannon alerting them to O2PUR’s deceptive marketing campaign, as well as violations of a Settlement Agreement between the state of Utah and e-cigarette company Vapex and executives.



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