TINA.org investigated 4Life Research as part of its larger investigations into unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims and atypical income claims used by DSA-member companies.
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- Notified company of findings
- Company removed deceptive marketing identified
As part of its 2017 investigation into all DSA-member companies, TINA.org notifies 4Life of findings that it uses atypical income claims to market the business opportunity.
4Life sends letter to TINA.org outlining the steps it has taken thus far with respect to the deceptive claims at issue, including the immediate suspension of numerous 4Life distributors.
TINA.org sends a warning letter to 4Life notifying it of TINA.org’s findings and asking that the company remedy the deceptive marketing immediately.
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