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Ad Watchdog Reports Herbalife’s Coronavirus Claims to FTC

April 28th, 2020

MADISON, CONN. April 28, 2020 – ( has filed a complaint against multilevel marketing company Herbalife with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for deceptive claims that Herbalife products can help prevent and treat the coronavirus by boosting the immune system. The ad watchdog is urging the agency to open an inquiry and take immediate

Herbalife Coronavirus Claims Database

April 27th, 2020

A investigation has catalogued more than 30 instances in which Herbalife, through its distributors, deceptively claims that using various company products can treat and/or prevent the coronavirus by boosting one’s immune system. Adrienne Montgomery IG 03_16_20 Alexis IG 03_15_20 (i, ii) Alexis IG 04_10_20 Annapurna Twitter 04_17_20 Darline Newcombe IG 04_14_20 Darline Newcombe IG

Herbalife Live Events

October 11th, 2017

In September 2017, a false advertising class-action lawsuit was filed against Herbalife (a multi-level marketing company) and many of its top-earning distributors for, among other things, allegedly running “a predatory scheme” and misrepresenting that individuals who attend live events will “get rich” and are guaranteed a “significant income, a better life style, and even happiness”


June 29th, 2017

November 2015: A judge dismissed the complaint because plaintiffs failed to adequately allege material misrepresentations or scienter (intent or knowledge of wrongdoing). The dismissal was because plaintiffs had multiple opportunities to correct shortcomings in complaints. August 2015: Plaintiffs filed an amended complaint. July 2015: A federal judge dismissed the lawsuit finding, among other things, that

Herbalife FTC Documents

July 15th, 2016

Complaint for Permanent Injunction and Other Equitable Relief Stipulation to Entry of Order For Permanent Injunction and Monetary Judgement &nbs

Herbalife to Restructure its Business Model in FTC Settlement

July 15th, 2016

Bringing an end to one of the most high-profile alleged pyramid scheme cases since Amway, Herbalife agreed to a $200 million settlement with the FTC that requires it to revamp its compensation system to reward distributors for sales to customers rather than for recruitment. Under the agreement, two-thirds of rewards paid by Herbalife, a publicly


May 19th, 2015

May 2015: After a final fairness hearing, a federal judge granted final approval of the proposed settlement of this class-action lawsuit. March 2015: filed an brief opposing the proposed settlement as unfair to consumers. To read’s full brief, click here. For a summary of’s efforts in this case, click here. December 2014:

Lawyers to Pocket $5.25 Million in Unfair Herbalife Settlement

March 17th, 2015

Consumer Group Objecting MADISON, CONN. March 17, 2015 — Ad watchdog organization, (, filed a brief on Monday asking the court to reject the proposed settlement of a class-action lawsuit filed against beleaguered nutrition supplement company, Herbalife, that impacts as many as 1.3 million consumers nationwide. If the proposed settlement is approved, the

Herbalife Status & Updates

March 17th, 2015

May 14, 2015: The Court grants final approval of the settlement agreement. May 11, 2015: The Final Fairness Hearing is held in federal district court.  The judge grants’s Motion for Leave and thus is considering its objection to the settlement agreement, and will make her decision as to whether she approves or rejects the settlement

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