Quick Trim

In May 2013, a California state judge preliminarily approved a settlement of a class-action lawsuit between Quick Trim and consumers who claim it falsely advertised its product’s weight loss benefits. According to the settlement terms, consumers will get a refund for 50% of the purchase price with proof of purchase. For more information, go to www.anayasupplementsettlement.com. (Anaya v. Quick Trim, LLC., Case No. CIV-VS-1201177, Super. Ct. Calif.)

 

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