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Defendants Lose The Weight Of Their Assets In “Hoodia” Weight Loss Case

In April of 2009 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) charged makers of a “Hoodia” weight loss supplement with deceptive advertising. The companies, Nutraceuticals International, Stella Labs and key company players and controllers David Romeo, Deborah Vickery, Craig Payton, and Zoltan Klivinyi claimed that using their product would lead to weight loss and appetite suppression. In its complaint, the FTC alleges ... Read More »

Reebok Owes $25 Million Settlement And Customer Refunds For EasyTone Shoes

A few years ago my life used to revolve around shoes. No, not pretty, girly, snazzy shoes but legitimate, athletic, training shoes. There’s no business like shoe business! Back then, I could tell you anything you wanted to know about any shoe on the market. Around the time that I stepped down from the industry the Reebok EasyTone shoes were ... Read More »

Mass Joinder Update – Office Furniture to be Sold

The official receiver for the California action against companies marketing mass joinder suits has posted an update. Receiver Seeking Court Approval to Dispose of Furniture and Equipment and Return Leased Offices to Landlords The Receiver has applied to the Court for formal approval to commence the process of shutting down the various office sites of Defendants and returning the premises ... Read More »

CreditAnswers Bailout Television Ad – Misleading

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I just saw the Credit Answers television ad on television. The messages it contained struck me as bordering on deceptive and misleading. The impression an average viewer will get from this ad is that government bailout programs given them a right to settle their debt and that debt settlement will be less harmful than bankruptcy. Watch the ad below and ... Read More »

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