TINA.org investigated SevenPoint2, a California-based multilevel marketing company, and found that it used numerous unsubstantiated disease-treatment claims to promote its nutritional products, in violation of a 1999 FTC Order.
- Filed complaint with FTC
- Company informed TINA.org that it requested the removal of the health claims at issue
SevenPoint2 informs TINA.org that it “successfully requested the removal and/or modification of the unsubstantiated disease and health claims” at issue.
TINA.org goes back and forth with SevenPoint2.
SevenPoint2 responds to TINA.org.
TINA.org files a complaint with the FTC, alerting it to Jason Boreyko’s and SevenPoint2’s violations of the 1999 FTC Order.
The FTC files an administrative complaint against New Vision International, NVI Promotions, Jason Boreyko, and Benson Boreyko that results in an Order that prohibits the defendants from claiming any dietary supplement, drug, or food can treat, cure, alleviate the symptoms of, prevent, or reduce the risk of developing any disease or disorder without having competent and reliable scientific evidence to substantiate the claim.
SevenPoint2 & CEO Boreyko Violating FTC Order
Alkaline MLM’s health claims add up to FTC consent order violations.